By Wen-mei W. Hwu, David B. Kirk

ISBN-10: 0123914183

ISBN-13: 9780123914187

*Programming vastly Parallel Processors: A Hands-on Approach* exhibits either pupil alike the elemental ideas of parallel programming and GPU structure. quite a few innovations for developing parallel courses are explored intimately. Case stories exhibit the improvement procedure, which starts with computational considering and ends with powerful and effective parallel courses. themes of functionality, floating-point structure, parallel styles, and dynamic parallelism are coated intensive.

This best-selling consultant to CUDA and GPU parallel programming has been revised with extra parallel programming examples, commonly-used libraries akin to Thrust, and causes of the most recent instruments. With those advancements, the ebook keeps its concise, intuitive, sensible strategy in response to years of road-testing within the authors' personal parallel computing courses.

Updates during this re-creation include:

* New insurance of CUDA 5.0, enhanced functionality, stronger improvement instruments, elevated aid, and more

* elevated insurance of similar expertise, OpenCL and new fabric on set of rules styles, GPU clusters, host programming, and knowledge parallelism

* new case experiences (on MRI reconstruction and molecular visualization) discover the most recent purposes of CUDA and GPUs for medical learn and high-performance computing

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