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CUDA 6 introduces Unified Memory, which dramatically simplifies memory management for GPU computing. Now you can focus on writing parallel kernels when porting code to...
This week’s Spotlight is on Dr. Ian Lane of Carnegie Mellon University. Ian is an Assistant Research Professor and leads a speech and language processing research group based in...
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When dealing with small arrays and matrices, one method of exposing parallelism on the GPU is to execute the same cuBLAS call on multiple independent systems simultaneously. While you can do...
To learn more and find the source, visit the blog post at http://bit.ly/cudacast-18
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Getting Started with OpenACC, Part I -- Jeff Larkin, NVIDIA -- 1st 10 minutes
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The OpenACC 2.0 specification adds unstructured data lifetime ...
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You can see Part 1 of this video at http://bit.ly/cudacast-15
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