Matú Madzin

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Contemporary GPUs have significantly higher arithmetic throughput than a memory throughput. Hence, many GPU kernels are memory bound and cannot exploit arithmetic power of the GPU. Examples of memory-bound kernels are BLAS-1 (vector–vector) and BLAS-2 (matrix–vector) operations. However, when kernels share data, kernel fusion can improve memory locality by(More)
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