[Rcpp-devel] Yet anothe inadvertent fortune (Re: Rcpp and CUDA)
edd at debian.org
Thu Feb 2 18:49:40 CET 2012
On 2 February 2012 at 11:44, Douglas Bates wrote:
| On Thu, Feb 2, 2012 at 10:03 AM, Dirk Eddelbuettel <edd at debian.org> wrote:
| > Hi Chris,
| > R-Forge mailing lists were still down but I got Stefan to fix that.
| > On 1 February 2012 at 07:15, Chris DuBois wrote:
| > | Hi all,
| > |
| > | Does anybody know where I might find an example of using CUDA with Rcpp?
| > Mark (CC'ed) has a forthcoming CRAN package that you should be able to use as
| > a stanza.
| > | I've looked around the internet a bit (and on this list), but have yet to find
| > | too much. I saw some discussion on optimizing a 2d convolution, but only
| > | references to the possibility of using CUDA. I've also been using Dirk's
| > | OpenMP example in Rcpp/examples.
| > |
| > | I'm trying to gauge how hard this would be before I spend too much time down
| > | this route. My objects that need to be shared may be too large for this
| > | approach.
| > Yes, devel is in the detail,
| Typo or profound insight?
ROFL. Good catch. I'll be blunt enough to self-nominate for fortunes. CCing Achim.
| > but I think this is very worthwhile road to take
| > for further advances. And I think this is a good venue to discuss it...
| > Dirk
| > | Any advice greatly appreciated.
| > | Chris
| > |
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