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High-performance SIMT code generation in an active visual effects library

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High-performance SIMT code generation in an active visual effects library
SIMT (Single-Instruction Multiple-Thread) is an emerging programming paradigm for high-performance computational accelerators, pioneered in current and next generation GPUs and hybrid CPUs. We present a domain-specific activelibrary supported approach to SIMT code generation and optimisation in the field of visual effects. Our approach uses high-level metadata and runtime context to guide and to ensure the correctness of optimisation-driven code transformations and to implement runtime-context-sensitive optimisations. Our advanced optimisations require no analysis of the
Jay L. T. Cornwall, Lee W. Howes, Paul H. J. Kelly
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where CF
Authors Jay L. T. Cornwall, Lee W. Howes, Paul H. J. Kelly, Phil Parsonage, Bruno Nicoletti
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