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The NVIDIA Tools Extension (NVTX) library lets developers annotate custom events and ranges within the profiling timelines generated using tools such as the NVIDIA Visual Profiler...
The last two releases of CUDA have added support for the powerful new features of C++. In the post The Power of C++11 in CUDA 7 I discussed the importance of C++11 for parallel programming on GPUs, and in...
The post Getting Started with OpenACC covered four steps to progressively accelerate your code with OpenACC. It’s often necessary to use OpenACC directives to express...
What is dark matter? We can neither see it nor detect it with any instrument. CERN is upgrading the LHC (Large Hadron Collider), which is...
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