Subject: Re: [boost] GSoC SIMD project
From: Dan Weber (dan_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-02-28 18:36:56
Does this support runtime selection?
Also, every time I look for something in this project, I have to go
through about 15 header files daisy chained before I find close to what
I'm looking for.
On 02/28/2011 04:19 PM, Antoine de Maricourt wrote:
>> Source is at <http://github.com/MetaScale/nt2/> in include/nt2/sdk/simd
>> but it's not quite user-friendly yet (no docs etc.).
>> Announcements will be made when docs and tutorials are available. Some
>> good tutorials will be made at Boostcon ;).
> That's great.
> I have been working for two or three months now on a low level core
> library, but with possibly different goals. I was not that much
> interested into developping a comprehensive math library, but mostly
> into being able to target GPUs.
> I came out with proto being used as a front end and driving a back end
> that generates GPU specific source code (OpenCL, or vendor specific
> langage such as AMD CAL IL, or even CPU instructions using SSE Intel
> intrinsics for instance). The generated code is then compiled again and
> run inside GPU runtime environment. However, this is probably very
> simple minded compared to NT2, and given the time I spent on it.
> So, is NT2 able to target GPU? and to take into acount GPU's programing
> Best regards,
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