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GPGPU algorithms for PyCUDA and PyOpenCL

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Reikna is a library containing various GPU algorithms built on top of PyCUDA and PyOpenCL. The main design goals are:

  • separation of computation cores (matrix multiplication, random numbers generation etc) from simple transformations on their input and output values (scaling, typecast etc);
  • separation of the preparation and execution stage, maximizing the performance of the execution stage at the expense of the preparation stage (in other words, aiming at large simulations)
  • partial abstraction from CUDA/OpenCL

Tests can be run by installing Py.Test and running py.test from the test folder (run py.test --help to get the list of options).

For more information proceed to the project documentation page. If you have a general question that does not qualify as an issue, you can ask it at the discussion forum.

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