Use of GPUs in room acoustic modeling and auralization

@inproceedings{Savioja2010UseOG,
  title={Use of GPUs in room acoustic modeling and auralization},
  author={Lauri Savioja and Dinesh Manocha and Ming C. Lin},
  year={2010}
}
All room acoustic modeling techniques are computationally demanding due to the underlying complexity of sound propagation. Traditionally, all the modeling methods have been implemented for the central processing unit (CPU) of the computer. Recent trends in terms of programmable many-core processors or graphics processing units (GPU) is resulting in a paradigm shift. Modern GPUs are massively parallel processors with a different memory hierarchy, whose peak computational performance can be 10X… CONTINUE READING

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