Porting to CUDA was done

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Yung-Yu Chen

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Feb 12, 2011, 10:18:43 AM2/12/11
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Dear List,

I am pleased to announce that a CUDA-enabled, dual-mode solver hierarchy has been developed and organized into SOLVCON in the name space of solvcon.kerpak.  I have made a note on the porting: http://solvcon.net/yyc/writing/2011/cuda_port.html .  Although there're still things to be done before a meaningful benchmark, for double-precision, the non-memory-optimized CUDA code on Tesla M2050 is about 10 times faster than one core of Xeon 5506.  It doesn't sound too bad for a two-/three-dimensional, mixed-shape CESE code.

The development will be continued immediately after this milestone.

with regards,
Yung-Yu Chen

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John Yu

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Feb 14, 2011, 8:16:16 AM2/14/11
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Yung,
Thank you for your effort. It is a great milestone.
JY

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