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Yasuhiro Takei, Hasitha Muthumala Waidyasooriya, Masanori Hariyama, Michitaka Kameyama
High-performance computing systems with dedicated hardware on FPGAs can achieve power efficient computations compared with CPUs and GPUs. However, the hardware design on FPGAs needs more time than the software design on CPUs and GPUs. We designed an FDTD hardware accelerator using the OpenCL compiler for FPGAs in this paper. Since it is possible to […]
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M. R. Zunoubi, J. Payne
This research presents the implementation of the Finite-Difference Time-Domain (FDTD) method for the solution of 3-dimensional electromagnetic problems in dispersive media using Graphics Processor Units (GPUs). By using the newly introduced CUDA technology, we illustrate the efficacy of GPUs in accelerating the FDTD computations by achieving appreciable speedup factors with great ease and at no […]
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R. Chang, S. Li, M. V. Lubarda, B. Livshitz, V. Lomakin
A fast micromagnetic simulator (FastMag) for general problems is presented. FastMag solves the Landau-Lifshitz-Gilbert equation and can handle multiscale problems with a high computational efficiency. The simulator derives its high performance from efficient methods for evaluating the effective field and from implementations on massively parallel graphics processing unit (GPU) architectures. FastMag discretizes the computational domain […]
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K. Liu, Xiao-bing Wang, Yang Zhang, Cheng Liao
The time-domain finite element method is used extensively in areas of microwave engineering. However, TD-FEM runs too slow for some simulations to be practical, especially when run on standard personal computers. The propriety of hardware for the acceleration of TD-FEM computations has been investigated. It is well known that the key of TD-FEM is matrix […]
Sean E. Krakiwsky, Laurence E. Turner, Michal M. Okoniewski
The finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) algorithm has become a tool of choice in many areas of RF and microwave engineering and optics. However, FDTD runs too slow for some simulations to be practical, even when carried out on supercomputers. The development of dedicated hardware to accelerate FDTD computations has been investigated. In this paper, we demonstrate […]
Timothy D. R. Hartley, Ahmed R. Fasih, Charles A. Berdanier, Fusun Ozguner, Umit V. Catalyurek
The computation of an electromagnetic reflectivity image from a set of radar returns is a computationally intensive process. Therefore, the use of high performance computing is required to form images from radar signals in a short time frame. This paper explores the use of distributed memory cluster computers and accelerator technologies such as GPUs for […]
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Shen Chen, Sun Dong, Wu Xian-liang
Recently, double-negative meta-materials are widely studied in scientific research. The double-negative (DNG) mediums are characterized by simultaneous negative permittivity and permeability. In order to make the FDTD method analyze the electromagnetic scattering and propagation for double-negative (DNG) medium, z-transform is applied to the FDTD method in the double-negative (DNG) medium. For the simulations, extremely large […]
B.R. Epstein, D.L. Rhodes
Due to ongoing improvements in the performance and programmability of commercially available Graphics Processor Units (GPUs), substantial increases in the execution speed of EM propagation analysis through ray tracing is now attainable. This paper presents recent results where RF ray tracing has been applied to analyze signal propagation over complex urban 3D scene models. The […]
M.J. Inman, A.Z. Elsherbeni
The use of Graphical Processing Units (GPUs) to perform computational electromagnetic simulations has been proven over past several years to increase the calculation speed. By examining the various mathematical processes used in various techniques, appropriate algorithms for the GPU can be developed to speed up the simulations. Understanding how to map algorithms appropriately to the […]
E. Lezar, D.B. Davidson
In the method of moments (MOM) analysis of electromagnetic phenomena, the LU decomposition is often an important and costly step in the solution process. In this reported work, the acceleration of LU decomposition using graphics processing units (GPUs) has been considered. Although existing GPU methods, such as those supplied by MAGMA, provide significant speedup over […]
R. C. Kalling, T. E. Evans, D. M. Orlov, D. P. Schissel, R. Maingi, J. E. Menard, S. A. Sabbagh
trip3d is a field line simulation code that numerically integrates a set of nonlinear magnetic field line differential equations. The code is used to study properties of magnetic islands and stochastic or chaotic field line topologies that are important for designing non-axisymmetric magnetic perturbation coils for controlling plasma instabilities in future machines. The code is […]
Nico Godel, Steffen Schomann, Tim Warburton, Markus Clemens
A multirate Adams-Bashforth (AB) scheme for simulation of electromagnetic wave propagation using the discontinuous Galerkin finite element method (DG-FEM) is presented. The algorithm is adapted such that single-instruction multiple-thread (SIMT) characteristic for the implementation on a graphics processing unit (GPU) is preserved. A domain decomposition strategy respecting the multirate classification for computation on multiple GPUs […]
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