TESLA GPUs versus MPI with OpenMP for the Forward Modeling of Gravity and Gravity Gradient of Large Prisms Ensemble

@article{CouderCastaeda2013TESLAGV,
  title={TESLA GPUs versus MPI with OpenMP for the Forward Modeling of Gravity and Gravity Gradient of Large Prisms Ensemble},
  author={Carlos Couder-Casta{\~n}eda and Carlos Ortiz-Alem{\'a}n and Mauricio Gabriel Orozco-del-Castillo and Mauricio Nava-Flores},
  journal={J. Appl. Math.},
  year={2013},
  volume={2013},
  pages={437357:1-437357:15}
}
An implementation with the CUDA technology in a single and in several graphics processing units (GPUs) is presented for the calculation of the forward modeling of gravitational fields from a tridimensional volumetric ensemble composed by unitary prisms of constant density. We compared the performance results obtained with the GPUs against a previous version coded in OpenMP with MPI, and we analyzed the results on both platforms. Today, the use of GPUs represents a breakthrough in parallel… 
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