GTC 2015 ArrayFire Recordings

Aaron ArrayFire, Computer Vision, CUDA

Missed visiting ArrayFire at GTC this year? We've got you covered! You can now check out the recordings of all our GTC 2015 talks and tutorials at your own convenience. Learn about accelerating your code from the best in the business. Talks Real-Time and High Resolution Feature Tracking and Object Recognition Peter Andreas Entschev This session will cover real-time feature tracking and object recognition in high resolution videos using GPUs and productive software libraries including ArrayFire. Feature tracking and object recognition are computer vision problems that have challenged researchers for decades. Over the last 15 years, numerous approaches were proposed to solve these problems, some of the most important being SIFT, SURF and ORB. Traditionally, these approaches are so computationally ...

ArrayFire Joint Webinar with NVIDIA

Aaron ArrayFire, Events, Webinar Leave a Comment

Ever wish you could spread out the insights from GPU Technology Conference over the course of a year? NVIDIA's got you covered with their GTC Express webinar series, a weekly webinar event connecting you with the top developers in the parallel processing industry. Next week, the GTC Express pulls into the ArrayFire station. Shehzan Mohammed, ArrayFire Senior Software Developer, will demonstrate how the recently open sourced ArrayFire GPU library enables high performance on NVIDIA GPUs for scientists, engineers, and researchers, in a wide range of applications including defense and intelligence, life sciences, oil and gas, finance, manufacturing, media, and others. The webinar is scheduled for Wednesday, December 10, from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm EST. Register for your spot, and feel free to ...

7 Highlights of GTC 2013 - Day 4 of 4

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Day 4 at GTC is always a little less hyped than the first 3 days, but it is when some of the best sessions are found. Here are 7 of the highlights we've collected from our team on the last day of GTC 2013: Paulius Micikevicius of NVIDIA gave a great talk entitled, "Performance Optimization: Programming Guidelines and GPU Architecture Details Behind Them." It was so great, we have 2 highlights from this talk. The first Paulius highlight is the information about how instruction level parallelism is essential to fully take advantage of Kepler GPUs. Paulius gave a clear presentation on these difficult concepts. The second Paulius highlight is the thorough treatment of memory hierarchy for Kepler. It is very detailed and ...

7 Highlights of GTC 2013 - Day 3 of 4

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Day 3 at GTC was awesome. It was super hard to narrow down our list to just 7 highlights. For instance, the stress ball pyramid in our booth does not count. Neither does the massive ArrayFire poster in front of the keynote hall. Here are 7 of the highlights we've collected from our team on the third day of GTC 2013: Professor Erez Lieberman Aiden of Baylor and Rice Universities gave a great keynote on "Parallel Processing of the Genomes, by the Genomes and for the Genomes." He discussed how folding of genes and interactions between multiple folded genes can impact genetic expressions. It's not just about the composition of the gene, but also how the gene folds. It turns ...

7 Highlights of GTC 2013 - Day 1 of 4

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AccelerEyes is out in force at GTC. We ended up with 10 of our engineers and sales staff here onsite. I collected feedback from the team to learn what people enjoyed the most from today's activities. Here are 7 of the highlights we've collected from our team on the first day of GTC 2013: Will Ramey of NVIDIA kicked off GTC with a tutorial on the CUDA ecosystem. He talked about the three different approaches to getting GPU acceleration:  1) Libraries, 2) Compiler Directives, and 3) Programming Languages. He talked about how libraries, if you can find one for your application (hint, hint),  are the best of the 3 options, because you get great performance and you don't have to ...

GPU Giddy - Excitement Building for GTC

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GTC is coming up… The GPU Technology Conference (GTC) starts later this month and is sure to generate a new level of excitement and energy around GPU computing.  The conference includes over 250 technology sessions presented by industry, government, and academic technology leaders.  AccelerEyes is pleased to be well represented at this year’s conference by our technical leadership and a number of our customers.  If you plan to attend the conference be sure to include the sessions outlined below on your agenda. In addition to being well represented, we are also flattered to see that others in the market have recognized that GPU Computing with MATLAB delivers clear productivity gains and that the performance improvements made possible by GPUs is ...