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Rida Assaf
Problems in many areas give rise to computationally expensive integrals that beg the need of efficient techniques to solve them, e.g., in computational finance for the modeling of cash flows; for the computation of Feynman loop integrals in high energy physics; and in stochastic geometry with applications to computer graphics. We demonstrate feasible numerical approaches […]
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Doug Schouten, Adam DeAbreu, Bernd Stelzer
The matrix element method utilizes ab initio calculations of probability densities as powerful discriminants for processes of interest in experimental particle physics. The method has already been used successfully at previous and current collider experiments. However, the computational complexity of this method for final states with many particles and degrees of freedom sets it at […]
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K. Hagiwara, J. Kanzaki, Q. Li, N. Okamura, T. Stelzer
Continuing our previous studies on QED and QCD processes, we use the graphics processing unit (GPU) for fast calculations of helicity amplitudes for general Standard Model (SM) processes. Additional HEGET codes to handle all SM interactions are introduced, as well assthe program MG2CUDA that converts arbitrary MadGraph generated HELAS amplitudess(FORTRAN) into HEGET codes in CUDA. […]
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Serkan Ergun, Murat Kurt, Aydin Ozturk
We present a new real-time importance sampling algorithm for environment maps. Our method is based on representing environment maps using kd-tree structures, and generating samples with a single data lookup. An efficient algorithm has been developed for realtime image-based lighting applications. In this paper, we compared our algorithm with Inversion method [Fishman 1996]. We show […]
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J. Kanzaki
We use a graphics processing unit (GPU) for fast computations of Monte Carlo integrations. Two widely used Monte Carlo integration programs, VEGAS and BASES, are parallelized on GPU. By using $W^+$ plus multi-gluon production processes at LHC, we test integrated cross sections and execution time for programs in FORTRAN and C on CPU and those […]

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