Jacob Lundgren, Nils Olofsson
The inherent issues of properly deploying finite difference calculations onto GPUs are described and solutions are suggested. A speedup of 60x is achieved over the CPU version. Four visualization methods were implemented using OpenGL and compared in terms of the clarity of their visual result. A combination of hedgehogs and slices was deemed to give […]
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David S Medina, Amik St-Cyr, T. Warburton
The inability to predict lasting languages and architectures led us to develop OCCA, a C++ library focused on host-device interaction. Using run-time compilation and macro expansions, the result is a novel single kernel language that expands to multiple threading languages. Currently, OCCA supports device kernel expansions for the OpenMP, OpenCL, and CUDA platforms. Computational results […]
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Alexander Grebhahn, Norbert Siegmund, Sven Apel, Sebastian Kuckuk, Christian Schmitt, Harald Kostler
A standard technique to numerically solve elliptic partial differential equations on structured grids is to discretize them via finite differences and then to apply an efficient geometric multi-grid solver. Unfortunately, finding the optimal choice of multi-grid components and parameters is challenging and platform dependent, especially, in cases where domain knowledge is incomplete. Auto-tuning is a […]
Dmitri Priimak
We present finite differences numerical algorithm for solving 2D spatially homogeneous Boltzmann transport equation for semiconductor superlattices (SL) subject to time dependant electric field along SL axis and constant perpendicular magnetic field. Algorithm is implemented in C language targeted to CPU and in CUDA C language targeted to commodity NVidia GPUs. We compare performance and […]
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Robert Georg Ilgner
The parallel FDTD method as used in computational electromagnetics is implemented on a variety of different high performance computing platforms. These parallel FDTD implementations have regularly been compared in terms of performance or purchase cost, but very little systematic consideration has been given to how much effort has been used to create the parallel FDTD […]
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Freddie D Witherden, Antony M Farrington, Peter E Vincent
High-order numerical methods for unstructured grids combine the superior accuracy of high-order spectral or finite difference methods with the geometric flexibility of low-order finite volume or finite element schemes. The Flux Reconstruction (FR) approach unifies various high-order schemes for unstructured grids within a single framework. Additionally, the FR approach exhibits a significant degree of element […]
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Nicholas J. Stewart, David W. Holmes, Wenxian Lin, Steven W. Armfield, Michael P. Kirkpatrick
Sheared convective boundary layers (SCBL) are a frequently observed boundary layer in nature and industry. This paper presents work conducted to validate a numerical fluid model of sheared convective boundary layers implemented in Nvidia’s CUDA programming language for graphical processing units. The code is based on finite difference implementation of the SIMPLE algorithm using the […]
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V.O. Bohaienko
Parallel algorithms for modern high performance computing systems are required for fast modelling of high dimensional convection-diffusion processes in air. Such algorithms, designed for alternate-triangular finite difference splitting schemes applied to convection-diffusion equation, have been considered. An algorithm for single GPU systems and an algorithm for clusters with graphical processors has been described, algorithms’ performance […]
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K. Parand, Saeed Zafarvahedian, Sayyed A. Hossayni
Graphics Processing Units (GPUs) are high performance co-processors originally intended to improve the use and quality of computer graphics applications. Since researchers and practitioners realized the potential of using GPU for general purpose, their application has been extended to other fields out of computer graphics scope. The main objective of this paper is to evaluate […]
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Cathal O Broin, L.A.A Nikolopoulos
We present a General-purpose computing on graphics processing units (GPGPU) based computational program and framework for the electronic dynamics of atomic systems under intense laser fields. We present our results using the case of hydrogen, however the code is trivially extensible to tackle problems within the single-active electron (SAE) approximation. Building on our previous work, […]
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Attique Dawood
Finite difference time-domain (FDTD) technique can be used to model metamaterials by treating them as dispersive material. Drude or Lorentz model can be incorporated into the standard FDTD algorithm for modelling negative permittivity and permeability. FDTD algorithm is readily parallelisable and can take advantage of GPU acceleration to achieve speed-ups of 5x-50x depending on hardware […]
Takao Tsuchiya, Osamu Yamashita
The sound field rendering is a technique to compute the sound field from the three-dimensional numerical models constructed in the computer, and it is the same concept as the graphics rendering in the computer graphics. In this paper, a GPU (Graphics Processing Unit) cluster system is applied to the sound field rendering for a large […]
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