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CUDA/GPU Technology : Parallel Programming For High Performance Scientific Computing

YUHENDRA; KUZE, Hiroaki; JOSAPHAT, Tetuko Sri Sumantyo;
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  • Published: 15 Dec 2009 Journal: Proceedings of the CEReS international symposium = CEReS国際シンポジウム資料集, volume 15, pages 97-104
  • Publisher: Chiba University. Center for Environmental Remote Sensing
[ABSTRACT]Graphics processing units (GP Us) originally designed for computer video cards have emerged as the most powerful chip in a high-performance workstation. In the high performance computation capabilities, graphic processing units (GPU) lead to much more powerful performance than conventional CPUs by means of parallel processing. In 2007, the birth of Compute Unified Device Architecture (CUDA) and CUDA-enabled GPUs by NVIDIA Corporation brought a revolution in the general purpose GPU area. The NVIDIA CUDA technology is a novel computing architecture that enables the GPU to solve complex computational problems in image processing applications. CUDA also pr...
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