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P. H. Hauschildt, E. Baron
AIMS: We discuss an implementation of our 3D radiative transfer (3DRT) framework with the OpenCL paradigm for general GPU computing. METHODS: We implemented the kernel for solving the 3DRT problem in Cartesian coordinates with periodic boundary conditions in the horizontal (x,y) plane, including the construction of the nearest neighbor ^* and the operator splitting step. […]
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Niklas Frisk
This thesis investigates the suitability of OpenCL for acceleration of Image analysis operations from a developers perspective. To achieve this four representative problems: Morphological operations, Convolution, Watershedding and Markov random field-based texture segmentation are evaluated. The selected problems offers different implementation issues in terms of locality of the operations and load versus computation. The thesis […]
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Peter H. Hauschildt, E. Baron
We discuss an implementation of our 3D radiative transfer (3DRT) framework with the OpenCL paradigm for general GPU computing. We implement the kernel for solving the 3DRT problem in Cartesian coordinates with periodic boundary conditions in the horizontal $(x,y)$ plane, including the construction of the nearest neighbor $Lstar$ and the operator splitting step. We present […]
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Jun-Sik Kim, Myung Hwangbo, Takeo Kanade
Feature tracking is one of fundamental steps in many computer vision algorithms and the KLT (Kanade-Lucas-Tomasi) method has been successfully used for optical flow estimation. There has been also much effort to implement KLT on GPUs to increase the speed with more features. Many implementations have chosen the translation model to describe a template motion […]
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David Dewayne Jenkins
In order for scientists to learn more about molecular biology, it is imperative that they have the ability to construct and evaluate models. Model statistics consistent with the chemical master equation can be obtained using Gillespie’s stochastic simulation algorithm (SSA). Due to the stochastic nature of the Monte Carlo simulations, large numbers of simulations must […]
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