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CSCI 4130/6130

CUDA C Programming on GPUs for High Performance Computing

GPUs are high-performance many-core processors. Students will learn massively parallel programming using CUDA C and develop parallel algorithms to solve real problems. Topics include parallel computing, GPUs architecture, threads, performance issues, and floating point representation.

Not offered on a regular basis.

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Credit Hours:
4
Prerequisites:
CSCI 1730 or Permission of Department

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