[Numpy-discussion] Fwd: GPU Numpy
Charles R Harris
Thu Aug 6 12:19:53 CDT 2009
On Thu, Aug 6, 2009 at 11:12 AM, James Bergstra
> >David Warde-Farley <dwf <at> cs.toronto.edu> writes:
> >> It did inspire some of our colleagues in Montreal to create this,
> >> though:
> >> http://code.google.com/p/cuda-ndarray/
> >> I gather it is VERY early in development, but I'm sure they'd love
> >> contributions!
> >Hi David,
> >That does look quite close to what I imagined, probably a good start then!
> Hi, I'm one of the devs for that project. Thanks David for the link.
> I put some text on the homepage so it's a little more
> self-explanatory. We do welcome contributions.
> I feel like I must be reinventing the wheel on this, so I'd really
> appreciate it if someone who knows of a similar project would let me
> know about it. Otherwise we'll keep plugging away at replicating core
> ndarray interface elements (operators, math.h-type functions, array
> indexing, etc.)
I almost looks like you are reimplementing numpy, in c++ no less. Is there
any reason why you aren't working with a numpy branch and just adding
ufuncs? I'm also curious if you have thoughts about how to use the GPU
pipelines in parallel.
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