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This post demonstrates the practical utility of CUDA’s sinpi() and cospi() functions in the context of distance calculations on earth. With the advent of location-aware and...
Note: this post was co-written by Alex Şuhan and Todd Mostak of MapD. At MapD our goal is to build the world’s fastest big data analytics and visualization platform that enables lag-free...
In my previous post, I introduced statistical machine translation and showed how it can and should be viewed from the perspective of machine learning: as supervised...
Linear interpolation is a simple and fundamental numerical calculation prevalent in many fields. It’s so common in computer graphics that programmers often use the verb...
Learn how to flash your Jeston TK1 to the latest Linux4Tegra image and get started with Computer Vision using OpenCV
Learn more at http://bit.ly/cudacast-19
Learn how to use the guided performance analysis tool in the NVIDIA Visual Profiler to direct ...
To learn more and find the source, visit the blog post at http://bit.ly/cudacast-18
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