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GPGPU stands for General-Purpose computation on GPUs. With the increasing programmability of commodity graphics processing units (GPUs), these chips are capable of performing more than the specific graphics computations for which they were designed. They are now capable coprocessors, and their high speed makes them useful for a variety of applications. The goal of GPGPU.org is to catalog the current and historical use of GPUs for general-purpose computation.
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GPGPU For Beginners
- FAQ : Frequently Asked Questions
- Glossary : Glossary
- Code Examples : Code Example / Technique Repository
GPGPU Articles and Books
- http://www.gpgpu.org/ Main page : The latest GPGPU news.
- http://www.gpgpu.org/wiki/ This page : In case you want to know how to link here.
- http://www.gpgpu.org/forums/ GPGPU.org Forums : Lots of help from real people.
- http://www.gpgpu.org/developer/ GPGPU.org Developer Page : Sample code, utilities, etc.
- The GPGPU People page lists people working on various GPGPU pursuits.
High Level GPGPU Programming Environments
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