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    Re: Practice exercises for learning OpenCL

    Thanks for the suggestion. The problem with a fractal exercise, though, is that in order to see and verify the results, I'd have to come up with some way of displaying the pixels, which adds...
  2. Re: How can kernels that operate on single items be efficien

    Right, but let's say we ignore the cost of thread spawning. There's still some amount of overhead in invoking a kernel, just as there's some amount of overhead in invoking a function in a...
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    Practice exercises for learning OpenCL

    Can anyone suggest 1 or 2 practice exercises for learning OpenCL? Not tutorials -- there are plenty of those -- but simply an algorithm to implement. I'm thinking the ideal would be a one-day project...
  4. How can kernels that operate on single items be efficient?

    I am new to GPUs, OpenCL, and parallel programming in general. One thing that confuses me is a kernel like this:



    __kernel void add_buffers(__global const float *a, __global const float *b,...
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