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Egor Savostin
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Bogdan Opanchuk
2
8/29/22
OUT_OF_RESOURCES
Hi, sorry for a delayed response. How big is the array you're operating on? Can you show the full
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OUT_OF_RESOURCES
Hi, sorry for a delayed response. How big is the array you're operating on? Can you show the full
8/29/22
Jorge Aguilar
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Bogdan Opanchuk
17
12/1/21
Call consecutive kernels correctly
Hi Bogan, Thank you so much, it is working!! El sábado, 20 de noviembre de 2021 a las 9:27:36 UTC+1,
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Call consecutive kernels correctly
Hi Bogan, Thank you so much, it is working!! El sábado, 20 de noviembre de 2021 a las 9:27:36 UTC+1,
12/1/21
Luis Perdigao
9/14/21
FFT of large 3D arrays, memory issue
Dear all, I have recently been trying Reikna to perform FFT and deconvolution algorithms using OpenCL
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FFT of large 3D arrays, memory issue
Dear all, I have recently been trying Reikna to perform FFT and deconvolution algorithms using OpenCL
9/14/21
Radio Geek
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Bogdan Opanchuk
6
3/23/21
Problem with FFT spectrogram example
Thank you, I think I understand what's happening now. Transpose was trying to make a kernel with
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Problem with FFT spectrogram example
Thank you, I think I understand what's happening now. Transpose was trying to make a kernel with
3/23/21
Gregor Taylor
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Bogdan Opanchuk
11
1/22/21
FFT implementation
> do they feedback of when they've sorted issues or is it more of we just try it after each
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FFT implementation
> do they feedback of when they've sorted issues or is it more of we just try it after each
1/22/21
Michael Wallace
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Bogdan Opanchuk
11
3/12/20
Advice on Phase Correlation Implementation
Hi Michael, Sorry for a delayed reply, I got caught up in work and completely forgot about this
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Advice on Phase Correlation Implementation
Hi Michael, Sorry for a delayed reply, I got caught up in work and completely forgot about this
3/12/20
ivb...@gmail.com
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Bogdan Opanchuk
16
2/5/20
Tinker Board, Armv7, FFT on Mali GPU
I meant the problem size specifically, that is yes, the axes over which the transformation is
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Tinker Board, Armv7, FFT on Mali GPU
I meant the problem size specifically, that is yes, the axes over which the transformation is
2/5/20
Mike
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Mike
12
1/17/20
PyOpenCL Buffer Usage/Transfer in reikna FFT
Thanks for all your help, I really appreciate it! With your changes I think I have a working version
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PyOpenCL Buffer Usage/Transfer in reikna FFT
Thanks for all your help, I really appreciate it! With your changes I think I have a working version
1/17/20
jori...@gmail.com
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Bogdan Opanchuk
2
5/7/19
slicing in computation arguments
Yes, it is intentional. Kernel.prepared_call() is low-level (CLUDA level), it does not know about
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slicing in computation arguments
Yes, it is intentional. Kernel.prepared_call() is low-level (CLUDA level), it does not know about
5/7/19
jori...@gmail.com
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Bogdan Opanchuk
8
4/21/19
transformation question
I think I realized the answer... Seems like computation's input is computation's input.
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transformation question
I think I realized the answer... Seems like computation's input is computation's input.
4/21/19
jori...@gmail.com
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Bogdan Opanchuk
3
4/4/19
math functions
Hi Dmitry, You can use `functions.polar_unit()` (http://reikna.publicfields.net/en/latest/api/cluda.
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math functions
Hi Dmitry, You can use `functions.polar_unit()` (http://reikna.publicfields.net/en/latest/api/cluda.
4/4/19
dan89p...@gmail.com
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Bogdan Opanchuk
5
3/16/19
using local memory
It can be solved in momentum space, but that's not the method I'm using, because it cannot be
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using local memory
It can be solved in momentum space, but that's not the method I'm using, because it cannot be
3/16/19
martin.guti...@gmail.com
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Bogdan Opanchuk
5
1/31/19
Wrong result with FFT if (big) array size not power of 2
Thank you, I will take it into account then and only use power-of-2 sizes.
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Wrong result with FFT if (big) array size not power of 2
Thank you, I will take it into account then and only use power-of-2 sizes.
1/31/19
Chen Dong
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Bogdan Opanchuk
2
1/24/19
Having 1 cpu + 1 GPU , how to choose special device when using reikna cluda.ocl_api?
There are three possible ways. First, you can select the device manually and pass it to the Thread
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Having 1 cpu + 1 GPU , how to choose special device when using reikna cluda.ocl_api?
There are three possible ways. First, you can select the device manually and pass it to the Thread
1/24/19
rohit.s...@gmail.com
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Bogdan Opanchuk
15
1/15/19
FFT on Reikna
I read the PyCUDA documentation and learned the CUDA contexts are a per-thread affair. I used that
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FFT on Reikna
I read the PyCUDA documentation and learned the CUDA contexts are a per-thread affair. I used that
1/15/19
wagner...@gmx.at
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Bogdan Opanchuk
3
6/29/18
Using reikna in different processes
Hi! Thanks for that tip. I'm using linux, where the multiprocessing module forks per default.
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Using reikna in different processes
Hi! Thanks for that tip. I'm using linux, where the multiprocessing module forks per default.
6/29/18
anush2...@gmail.com
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Bogdan Opanchuk
2
9/12/17
is it possible to write python code inside source module rather than C code?
Source modules are compiled and executed on a GPU, so Python is not available there. You will have to
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is it possible to write python code inside source module rather than C code?
Source modules are compiled and executed on a GPU, so Python is not available there. You will have to
9/12/17
smu...@uchicago.edu
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Bogdan Opanchuk
2
5/3/17
Performance issues on GPU
Hi Seth, I replied to you on SO, it is quite a long answer because I also had some comments about the
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Performance issues on GPU
Hi Seth, I replied to you on SO, it is quite a long answer because I also had some comments about the
5/3/17
smu...@uchicago.edu
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Bogdan Opanchuk
6
4/28/17
Using Reikna with PyOpenCL
Hi Bogdan, It works! Thanks for bearing with me, Seth
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Using Reikna with PyOpenCL
Hi Bogdan, It works! Thanks for bearing with me, Seth
4/28/17
florian...@ensta-bretagne.org
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Bogdan Opanchuk
4
4/27/17
Transformation without load_same nor store_same
Oh, I think I see what you mean. You can make it work by using `dtypes.c_constant()` function like so
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Transformation without load_same nor store_same
Oh, I think I see what you mean. You can make it work by using `dtypes.c_constant()` function like so
4/27/17
florian...@ensta-bretagne.org
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Bogdan Opanchuk
4
4/26/17
zero-padding before computing a FFT from a combination of two reals
Hi Florian, The thing with transformations is that they are called (in chain, according to their
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zero-padding before computing a FFT from a combination of two reals
Hi Florian, The thing with transformations is that they are called (in chain, according to their
4/26/17
florian...@ensta-bretagne.org
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Bogdan Opanchuk
4
4/25/17
Best way to perform multiple FFT (same shape and dtype)
Thanks for your answer Bogdan, it was very clear! Indeed, misc.lena() returns a gray level image.
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Best way to perform multiple FFT (same shape and dtype)
Thanks for your answer Bogdan, it was very clear! Indeed, misc.lena() returns a gray level image.
4/25/17
simon...@gmail.com
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Bogdan Opanchuk
5
3/16/17
2D FFT
Thanks sorted now.
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2D FFT
Thanks sorted now.
3/16/17
zlff...@gmail.com
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Bogdan Opanchuk
2
3/7/17
FFT using multiple GPUs with reikna
No, unfortunately, currently there is no support in Reikna for that. In fact, there is not any
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FFT using multiple GPUs with reikna
No, unfortunately, currently there is no support in Reikna for that. In fact, there is not any
3/7/17
zlff...@gmail.com
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Bogdan Opanchuk
7
2/21/17
choosing axis of 3D FFT
I've found the error in my code. All problem is solved. Thank you!
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choosing axis of 3D FFT
I've found the error in my code. All problem is solved. Thank you!
2/21/17
zlff...@gmail.com
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Bogdan Opanchuk
2
2/15/17
how can i free all memory on gpu after using it?
context.pop() is called when the Thread object is deleted, which in CPython will happen when the last
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how can i free all memory on gpu after using it?
context.pop() is called when the Thread object is deleted, which in CPython will happen when the last
2/15/17
zlff...@gmail.com
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Bogdan Opanchuk
4
2/14/17
Could you let me know if this usage of FFT in reikna works?
Thank you, i'm stick to use real input. I will follow you're first advice. Thanks.
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Could you let me know if this usage of FFT in reikna works?
Thank you, i'm stick to use real input. I will follow you're first advice. Thanks.
2/14/17
zlff...@gmail.com
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Bogdan Opanchuk
4
2/14/17
How do i get frequency using reikna?
if the result of fft using reikna is same as np.fft.ffn , the problem is solved. Thank you very much,
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How do i get frequency using reikna?
if the result of fft using reikna is same as np.fft.ffn , the problem is solved. Thank you very much,
2/14/17
Davide Proment
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Bogdan Opanchuk
8
2/12/17
Some tests failed
Ok, I submitted the bug, but it may be a while until there's any response. As for the compilation
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Some tests failed
Ok, I submitted the bug, but it may be a while until there's any response. As for the compilation
2/12/17
zlff...@gmail.com
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Bogdan Opanchuk
2
2/12/17
Is there any method to get mean values of 2D array in gpu?
The support for strides in PyOpenCL/PyCUDA was patchy when I last tried it, and I haven't
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Is there any method to get mean values of 2D array in gpu?
The support for strides in PyOpenCL/PyCUDA was patchy when I last tried it, and I haven't
2/12/17
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