Mar 02, 2007
CUDA (‘Compute Unified Device Architecture’), is a GPGPU technology that allows a programmer to use the C programming language to code algorithms for execution on the GPU. CUDA has been developed by NVIDIA and to use this architecture requires an NVIDIA GeForce 8 + and special stream processing drivers. CUDA gives developers unfettered access to the native instruction set and memory of the massively parallel computational elements in CUDA GPUs. OpenGL buffer objects may be mapped into the address space of CUDA, either to enable CUDA to read data written by OpenGL or to enable CUDA to write data for consumption by OpenGL. This tutorial review the architecture and provides demos with sample code.
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Posted on 03/02 at 06:02 PM
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