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Lihui Zhang, Chao Zhang, Ying Li, Mengya Lv, Yong Tang
In this paper, we propose a method based on the Weber number to uniformly model and simulate the foam and sprays generated by the fluid motion. We use the SPH to construct the fluid and calculate the Weber number of each particle. The fluid particles are divided into foam particles, transition particles and water particles […]
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Luke West, Jong Kwan Lee
In this paper, we compare the performances of Cg-based and CUDA-based GPU programming APIs. In particular, their performances on squared matrix multiplications are considered. We also discuss other aspects of these widely-used GPU programming APIs. This work can help gain insight on various applications that involve matrix multiplication that are better suited for a specific […]
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Dae-Hyun Ko, Jieun Lee, Seong-Jae Lim, Seung-Hyun Yoon
We construct surfaces with darts, creases, and corners by blending different types of local geometries. We also render these surfaces efficiently using programmable graphics hardware. Points on the blending surface are evaluated using simplified computation which can easily be performed on a graphics processing unit. Results show an eighteen-fold to twenty-fold increase in rendering speed […]
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Biao She, Pierre Boulanger, Michelle Noga
Real-time rendering of static volumetric data is generally known to be a memory and computationally intensive process. With the advance of graphic hardware, especially GPU, it is now possible to do this using desktop computers. However, with the evolution of real-time CT and MRI technologies, volumetric rendering is an even bigger challenge. The first one […]
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Marries van de Hoef, Bas Zalmstra
We developed a very fast reprojection technique to generate stereoscopic images from a 2D image with depth information. The technique is gather-based and therefore very fast on current graphics hardware. The depth information is sampled at a specific offset which provides the depth to reproject from the left or right camera to the center camera. […]
Yong-Chull Jang, Hyung-Jin Kim, Weonjong Lee
GPU has a significantly higher performance in single-precision computing than that of double precision. Hence, it is important to take a maximal advantage of the single precision in the CG inverter, using the mixed precision method. We have implemented mixed precision algorithm to our multi GPU conjugate gradient solver. The single precision calculation use half […]
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Zhangang Wang, Suping Peng, Tao Liu
The staggered-grid finite difference (FD) method demands significantly computational capability and is inefficient for seismic wave modelling in 2-D viscoelastic media on a single PC. To improve computation speedup, a graphic processing units (GPUs) accelerated method was proposed, for modern GPUs have now become ubiquitous in desktop computers and offer an excellent cost-to-performance-ratio parallelism. The […]
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D. L. Golovashkin, N. L. Kasanskiy
Techniques for applying graphics processing units (GPU) to the general-purpose nongraphics computations proposed in recent years by the companies ATI (AMD FireStream, 2006) and NVIDIA (CUDA: Compute Unified Device Architecture, 2007) have given an impetus to developing algorithms and software packages for solving problems of diffractive optics with the aid of the GPU. The computations […]
Liang Wan, Tien-Tsin Wong, Chi-Sing Leung
This paper proposes a novel six-face spherical map, isocube, that fully utilizes the cubemap hardware built in most GPUs. Unlike the cubemap, the proposed isocube uniformly samples the unit sphere (uniformly distributed), and all samples span the same solid angle (equally important). Its mapping computation contains only a small overhead. By feeding the cubemap hardware […]
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Kui-Yip Lo, Hongwei Li, Chi-Wing Fu, Tien-Tsin Wong
This paper proposes to perform reaction-diffusion on surface tiles. The square tiles fit nicely and cost-effectively in GPU memory, whereas we also apply distortion minimization on tiles so as to precisely reduce the unbalanced scale and resolution problem of chemicals in the reaction- diffusion. The interconnection nature of tiles accounts for the surface topology, and […]
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Jun Ando, Tomoharu Nagao
In this paper, the authors propose a fast evolutionary image processing system. The authors employ graphics processing unit (GPU) to automatic construction of tree-structural image transformation (ACTIT) for the purpose of reducing optimization time. Besides, the system calculates in parallel by using multiple GPUs for the fast processing. The optimization speed of the proposed system […]
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Yunhai Wang, Wei Chen, Guihua Shan, Tingxin Dong, Xuebin Chi
This paper presents an interactive transfer function design tool based on ellipsoidal Gaussian transfer functions (ETFs). Our approach explores volumetric features in the statistical space by modeling the space using the Gaussian mixture model (GMM) with a small number of Gaussians to maximize the likelihood of feature separation. Instant visual feedback is possible by mapping […]
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