NMath GPU

NMath Premium’s new Adaptive GPU Bridge Architecture

The most recent release of NMath Premium 6.0 is a major update which includes an upgraded optimization suite, now backed by the Microsoft Solver Foundation, a significantly more powerful GPU-bridge architecture, and a new class for cubic smoothing splines. This blog post will focus on the new API for doing computation on GPU's with NMath Premium. The adaptive GPU bridge API in NMath Premium 6....
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Distributing Parallel Tasks on Multiple GPU’s

In this post I'm going demonstrate how to use the Task Parallel Library with NMath Premium to run tasks in parallel on multiple GPU's and the CPU. Back in 2012 when Microsoft released .NET 4.0 and the System.Threading.Task namespace many .NET programmers never, or only under duress, wrote multi-threaded code. It's old news now that TPL has reduced the complexity of writing threaded code by provi...
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An Introduction to Linear Algebra on the GPU

NMath Premium was designed to provide an easy-to-follow path for .NET developers to leverage the performance of the GPU without having to wade through the complexities of GPU programming and their attendant details. NMath PremiumĀ allows developers to build once and run anywhere without concerning themselves with their users' installed GPU models and versions, or even the existence of a GPU. NMath ...
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NMath Premium Tuning

NMath Premium is the new CenterSpace GPU-accelerated math and statistics library for the .NET platform. The supported NVIDIA GPU routines include both a range of dense linear algebra algorithms and 1D & 2D Fast Fourier Transforms (FFTs). NMath Premium is designed to be a near drop-in replacement for NMath, however there are a few important configuration differences and additional logging capab...
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