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I am new to CUDA and I tried to implement a Givensroatation with cuBlas libary.

I used

cublasStatus_t cublasSrotg(cublasHandle_t handle,

float *a, float *b,

float *c, float *s)

for calculating c and s and

cublasStatus_t cublasSrot (cublasHandle_t handle, int n,

float *x, int incx,

float *y, int incy,

const float *c, const float *s)

for roatation of an 1000 x 1000 matrix. As cublaSrotg() overwrites the parameters a and b with r and z I am not able to use the matrix in device memory. But copying elements of the matrix to the host takes about 90 percent of any cycle of the loop. A implementation in C is up to three times faster.

Am i using it wrong? What will be a better alternative for Givens rotation on CUDA devices?

I am new to CUDA and I tried to implement a Givensroatation with cuBlas libary.

I used

cublasStatus_t cublasSrotg(cublasHandle_t handle,

float *a, float *b,

float *c, float *s)

for calculating c and s and

cublasStatus_t cublasSrot (cublasHandle_t handle, int n,

float *x, int incx,

float *y, int incy,

const float *c, const float *s)

for roatation of an 1000 x 1000 matrix. As cublaSrotg() overwrites the parameters a and b with r and z I am not able to use the matrix in device memory. But copying elements of the matrix to the host takes about 90 percent of any cycle of the loop. A implementation in C is up to three times faster.

Am i using it wrong? What will be a better alternative for Givens rotation on CUDA devices?