CUDA Data-Parallel Primitives Library Released
CUDPP is the [url="http://www.gpgpu.org/developer/cudpp"]CUDA Data-Parallel Primitives Library[/url]. CUDPP is a library of data-parallel algorithm primitives such as parallel-prefix-sum ("scan"), parallel sort and parallel reduction. Primitives such as these are important building blocks for a wide variety of data-parallel algorithms, including sorting, stream compaction, and building data structures such as trees and summed-area tables. The first beta release of CUDPP is [url="http://www.gpgpu.org/developer/cudpp"]now available[/url], as is the searchable online [url="http://www.gpgpu.org/developer/cudpp/rel/rel_gems3/html"]documentation[/url].

This is a beta release, and as such, it is work in progress (and interfaces will change!). The library should already be very useful, but we have plans for much more, including fast segmented scan primitives and algorithms built upon them, such as quicksort and sparse matrix operations.

This is a joint project between The University of California, Davis and NVIDIA.

Mark
CUDPP is the CUDA Data-Parallel Primitives Library. CUDPP is a library of data-parallel algorithm primitives such as parallel-prefix-sum ("scan"), parallel sort and parallel reduction. Primitives such as these are important building blocks for a wide variety of data-parallel algorithms, including sorting, stream compaction, and building data structures such as trees and summed-area tables. The first beta release of CUDPP is now available, as is the searchable online documentation.



This is a beta release, and as such, it is work in progress (and interfaces will change!). The library should already be very useful, but we have plans for much more, including fast segmented scan primitives and algorithms built upon them, such as quicksort and sparse matrix operations.



This is a joint project between The University of California, Davis and NVIDIA.



Mark

#1
Posted 11/05/2007 11:57 AM   
Excuse me... but shouldn't this be in "CUDA Announcements and News"?
Excuse me... but shouldn't this be in "CUDA Announcements and News"?

#2
Posted 11/06/2007 02:49 AM   
nice to have this available :)
nice to have this available :)

#3
Posted 11/06/2007 10:43 AM   
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