Mathias Bourgoin, Emmanuel Chailloux, Jean-Luc Lamotte
We present an OCaml GPGPU library with a DSL embedded into OCaml to express GPGPU kernels. The level of performance achieved is measured through different examples. We also discuss the use of GPGPU programming to increase the performance of multicore-CPUs software, written in OCaml.
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Mathias Bourgoin, Emmanuel Chailloux, Jean-Luc Lamotte
General purpose computing on graphics processing units (GPGPU) consists of using GPUs to handle computations commonly handled by CPUs. GPGPU programming implies developing specific programs to run on GPUs managed by a host program running on the CPU. To achieve high performance implies to explicitly organize memory transfers between devices. Besides, different incompatible frameworks exist […]

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