GPU programming in MATLAB is intended for scientists, engineers, or students who develop or maintain applications in MATLAB and would like to accelerate their codes using GPU programming without losing the many benefits of MATLAB. The book starts with coverage of the Parallel Computing Toolbox and other MATLAB toolboxes for GPU computing, which allow applications to be ported straightforwardly onto GPUs without extensive knowledge of GPU programming. The next part covers built-in, GPU-enabled features of MATLAB, including options to leverage GPUs across multicore or different computer systems. Finally, advanced material includes CUDA code in MATLAB and optimizing existing GPU applications. Throughout the book, examples and source codes illustrate every concept so that readers can immediately apply them to their own development.
- Provides in-depth, comprehensive coverage of GPUs with MATLAB, including the parallel computing toolbox and built-in features for other MATLAB toolboxes
- Explains how to accelerate computationally heavy applications in MATLAB without the need to re-write them in another language
- Presents case studies illustrating key concepts across multiple fields
- Includes source code, sample datasets, and lecture slides
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Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Getting started
Chapter 3: Parallel Computing Toolbox
Chapter 4: Introduction to GPU programming in MATLAB
Chapter 5: GPU programming on MATLAB toolboxes
Chapter 6: Multiple GPUs
Chapter 7: Run CUDA or PTX code
Chapter 8: MATLAB MEX functions containing CUDA code
Chapter 9: CUDA-accelerated libraries
Chapter 10: Profiling code and improving GPU performance
Nikolaos Ploskas is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Department of Chemical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, USA. He received his Bachelor of Science degree, Master's degree, and Ph.D. in Computer Systems from the Department of Applied Informatics of the University of Macedonia, Greece. His primary research
interests are in:
Decision support systems.
Dr. Ploskas has participated in several international and national research projects. He is the author or co-author of writings in more than 40 publications, including high-impact journals and book chapters, and conference publications. He has also served as a reviewer for many scientific journals. He received an honorary award from HELORS (Hellenic Operations Research Society) for the best doctoral dissertation in operations research (2014).
Nikolaos Samaras is a Professor at the Department of Applied Informatics, School of Information Sciences, University of Macedonia, Greece. Professor Samaras's current-research interests are at the interface between computer science and operations research, which apply to a variety of engineering and scientific systems:
Linear/Non Linear optimization: theory, algorithms, and software
Network optimization: theory, algorithms, and software
Scientific computing: HPC, and GPU-programming
He has served on the editorial board of the Operations Research: An International Journal, and as a reviewer in many scientific journals. He has also held numerous positions within HELORS (Hellenic Operations Research Society). He was awarded with the Thomson ISI/ASIS&T Citation Analysis Research Grant (2005).
Dr. Samaras has published more than 35 journal papers in high-impact journals, including Computational Optimization and Applications, Computers and Operations Research, European Journal of Operational Research, Annals of Operations Research, Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research, Discrete Optimization, Applied Mathematics and Computation, International Journal of Computer Mathematics, Electronics Letters, Computer Applications in Engineering Education, Journal of Computational Science, and Applied Thermal Engineering. He has also published more than 85 conference papers.