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ASTRON, the Netherlands eScience Center, and the University of Amsterdam have started ALERT, the Apertif Lofar Exploration of the Radio Transient Sky. ALERT aims to identify the highly compact astrophysical explosions powering Fast Radio Bursts (FRBs). To accomplish this challenging goal, we recently built a dedicated GPU supercomputer of world Top 100 class. It reduces, …
This document is a set of guidelines for developers who know OpenCL C and plan to port their kernels to OpenCL C++, and therefore they need to know the main differences between those two kernel languages. The focus is not on highlighting all the differences, but rather on exposing and explaining those that are the …
You’ve seen the news everywhere. OpenCL 2.2 and SPIR-V are out there! See below what the online media had to say about it. PC Perspective | Khronos Group Published Finalized OpenCL 2.2 & SPIR-V 1.2 “Aligning with the start of the International Workshop on OpenCL (IWOCL) 2017 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, The Khronos Group has …
OpenCL needs work. We can complain, but better is to just fix it.
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The site is initiated by StreamComputing, but it’s run by the OpenCL community.
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