Scientific computing and parallel computing C++23/C++26
pjmlp at progtools.org
Wed Jan 19 14:24:14 UTC 2022
On Wednesday, 19 January 2022 at 13:32:37 UTC, Ola Fosheim
> On Wednesday, 19 January 2022 at 12:49:11 UTC, Paulo Pinto
>> It also needs to plug into the libraries, IDEs and GPGPU
>> debuggers available to the community.
> But the presentation is not only about HPC, but making parallel
> GPU computing as easy as writing regular C++ code and being
> able to debug that code on the CPU.
> I actually think it is sufficient to support Metal and Vulkan
> for this to be of value. The question is how much more
> performance Nvidia manage to get out of their their nvc++
> compiler for regular GPUs in comparison to a Vulkan solution.
Currently Vulkan Compute is not to be taken seriously.
Yes, the end goal of the industry efforts is that C++ will be the
lingua franca of GPGPUs and FPGAs, that is why SYSCL is
collaborating with ISO C++ efforts.
As for HPC, that is where the money for these kind of efforts
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