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Mattias Machwirth
The project evaluates how well a haptic device can be used to interact with a visualization of volumetric data. Since the interface to the haptic device require explicit surface descriptions, triangles had to be constructed from the volumetric data. The algorithm used to extract these triangles is marching cubes. The triangles produced by marching cubes […]
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Anais Crestetto, Philippe Helluy
We present an implementation of a Vlasov-Maxwell solver for multicore processors. The Vlasov equation describes the evolution of charged particles in an electromagnetic field, solution of the Maxwell equations. The Vlasov equation is solved by a Particle-In-Cell method (PIC), while the Maxwell system is computed by a Discontinuous Galerkin method. We use the OpenCL framework, […]
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Pavel Kartashev, Vladislavs Nazaruk
Nowadays a technique of using graphics processing units (GPUs) for general-purpose computing (or GPGPU) is becoming more and more widespread. The goal of this paper is to analyze efficiency of computing with use of the GPGPU technique, depending on several factors. In this paper, there are analyzed differences in performance and platform organization between widespread […]
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Niko Lukac
Large quantities of simulated cosmological particlebased data cause considerable problems when it comes to real-time visualization. This paper considers an out-ofcore approach for solving visualization problems on a single-desktop workstation. The approach proposed in this paper consists of two phases: the data preprocessing and its visualization. During the preprocessing, the cosmological data is hierarchically organized […]
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Jarle Erdal Steinsland
OpenCL is fast becoming the preferred framework used to make programs for heterogeneous platforms consisting of at least one CPU and one or more accelerators. The GPU being readily available in almost all computers, it is the most common accelerator in use.Good libraries are important to reduce development time and to make particular development environments, […]
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Joo Hong Lee, Mark T. Jones, Paul E. Plassmann
Monte Carlo simulations are extensively used in wide of application areas. Although the basic framework of these is simple, they can be extremely computationally intensive. In this paper we present a software framework partitions a generic Monte Carlo simulation into two asynchronous parts: (a) a threaded, GPU-accelerated pseudo-random number generator (or producer), and (b) a […]
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