Re: [PyCUDA] Now what?! I have pycuda installed and working but...
by Serra, Mr. Efren, Contractor, Code 7542
Excellent! That's the sort of response I was hoping for.
Efren A. Serra (Contractor)
DeVine Consulting, Inc.
Naval Research Laboratory
Marine Meteorology Division
7 Grace Hopper Ave., STOP 2
Monterey, CA 93943
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Sent: Wednesday, March 28, 2012 9:37 AM
To: Serra, Mr. Efren, Contractor, Code 7542
Subject: Re: [PyCUDA] Now what?! I have pycuda installed and working but...
On Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 22:34, Serra, Mr. Efren, Contractor, Code 7542 <efren.serra.ctr(a)nrlmry.navy.mil> wrote:
> That's the sort of coding samples I haven't found online.
PyCUDA (in my code at least) takes all/most of the pain out of GPU computing, but it's not meant to replace CUDA. Thus, if you search for CUDA examples, you will get much further with respect to understanding why/how to use CUDA. Then, you should work with those examples from PyCUDA. I would strongly suggest starting with NVIDIA's CUDA Programming Guide which is provided with the SDK.