GPU join processing revisited

  title={GPU join processing revisited},
  author={Tim Kaldewey and Guy M. Lohman and Ren{\'e} M{\"u}ller and Peter Benjamin Volk},
Until recently, the use of graphics processing units (GPUs) for query processing was limited by the amount of memory on the graphics card, a few gigabytes at best. Moreover, input tables had to be copied to GPU memory before they could be processed, and after computation was completed, query results had to be copied back to CPU memory. The newest generation of Nvidia GPUs and development tools introduces a common memory address space, which now allows the GPU to access CPU memory directly… CONTINUE READING
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