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  • Ru Zhu
  • 2016
A finite-difference micromagnetic solver called Grace uses C++ Accelerated Massive Parallelism (C++ AMP). The high-speed performance of a single GPU is compared against a typical CPU-based solver. The speedup of GPU to CPU is shown to be two orders of magnitude for problems with larger sizes. This solver can run on GPUs from various hardware vendors, such(More)
Routine surveillance revealed that the prevalence of P[4] rotaviruses circulating in children with acute diarrhea in Guangxi Province, China, increased in 2014. However, VP7 genotyping for these P[4] rotaviruses was unsuccessful. Exhaustive database searching and sequence analysis indicated that the G genotype of these P[4] rotaviruses was G2, and the VP7(More)
In this paper we propose a new method for the study and visualization of dynamic processes in magnetic nanostructures, and for the accurate calculation of rates for such processes. The method is illustrated for the case of switching of a grain of an exchange-coupled recording medium, which switches through domain wall nucleation and motion, but is(More)
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