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  1. I gave some rough global parallelizing a try...

    I gave some rough global parallelizing a try using the below code, but it stills fails on the statements dependent on mapI. mapI is a size 135 int array that passes and returns correctly to the...
  2. As far as I'm aware, this kernel should be acting...

    As far as I'm aware, this kernel should be acting as a singularly threaded instruction because the calculation is trapped inside a for-loop, similar to how a basic matrix multiplication can be...
  3. IF statement erroring return inccorect results.

    Hello All,

    As a general rule I try to implement something in a very basic kernel prior to parallelizing it, just to be sure everything outputs correctly and I have a good function to expand on...
  4. The error occured because I had a rogue variable...

    The error occured because I had a rogue variable in my kernel function, removed and now it functions correctly. Please close.
  5. CL_INVALID_KERNEL_ARGS error when everything is successful?

    Below is the code I use to set my kernel arguments as well as enqueue the kernel. Why is it giving me invalid kernel arguments when all of the kernel arguments are returning CL_SUCCESS? I've also...
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    Why have you deleted your code?

    Why have you deleted your code?
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    It's my understanding that using barrier when...

    It's my understanding that using barrier when initializing a local variable to 0 is unnecessary and causes a pretty decent slowdown. I think barrier is only required when loading things from global...
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    You can head over to an explanation of the memory...

    You can head over to an explanation of the memory process at www(DOT)mql5(DOT)com/en/articles/407
    The above will answer your question one and two, the third is as well assuming you meant GPU instead...
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    There are a few different ways to go about this. ...

    There are a few different ways to go about this.

    First and foremost is choosing a Linux distro that suits your experience. If you have no experience with Linux I would recommend an Ubuntu...
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    clGetDeviceIDs question

    I'm trying to build an academic code that will basically operate on any system it's loaded onto without uniformity (Giant red flag in this sentence eh?). For example a system with 1 platform and 4...
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