Csci 557: GPU Computing
Computer & Information Science
This course examines the use of GPU for general-purpose high performance parallel computing. It covers the key principles, practices, and hardware/software architectures for design of general-purpose, parallel programs using GPUs. The course surveys and analyzes real-world applications that benefit from GPUs, and involves hands-on programming as well as performance profiling and analysis. The fundamentals of concurrent programming and its challenges at algorithm and coding levels are also discussed.
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