2009
DOI: 10.1109/icaict.2009.5372496
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Abstract: State-of-the-art high-speed and economical Graphic Card Processors (GPUs) provide high multiprocessing power for high performance computing (HPC). But software development for high performance computing is profound and requires a good comprehension of algorithms, applications, and architectures. This paper outlines an incremental and iterative software development process for porting dusty-deck HPC application source codes to a selected GPU-enabled architecture. A new type of dependency, namely recurrent tran…

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