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Programming NVIDIA GPUs using PGI Accelerator Fortran and C Compilers
Speakers:
Michael Wolfe
Abstract:
This talk provides an introduction to programming NVIDIA GPUs using the PGI Accelerator Programming Model in C and Fortran. It is suitable for application programmers, in particular those who are not expert GPU programmers. This talk introduces the compute-specific details of the NVIDIA GPU, and through examples, illustrates how to program common computational algorithms on NVIDIA GPUs using portable directive- based C and Fortran 95/03. The material covers programming language features, interpreting compiler feedback, performance analysis, and performance tuning. This talk includes a live component with a Linux workstation containing a Tesla card, and the latest PGI Accelerator compilers and tools.
 
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Developer - Algorithms
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2009
Session ID:
S09113
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