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This year proved to be a banner year for the NVIDIA Developer Blog, publishing over 80 new technical articles.
Given this year’s pace, it’s easy to miss out on cool new insights and information, so let’s take a little time to review the year.
NVIDIA launched the shiny new Turing architecture this year, which prompted a number of Turing-related articles, particularly about ray tracing.
I want to highlight three timeless tutorials which provide ongoing resources for new and experienced programmers using NVIDIA technologies.
Evaluating the Benefits of Many-Core Programming Models Using Scientific Kernels: A Case Study
Case studies constitute a modern interdisciplinary and valuable teaching practice which plays a critical and fundamental role in the development of new skills and the formation of new knowledge.
This research studies the behavior and performance of two interdisciplinary and widely adopted scientific kernels, a Fast Fourier Transform and Matrix Multiplication.
Both routines are implemented in the two current most popular many-core programming models CUDA and OpenACC.
A Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) samples a signal over a period of time and divides it into its frequency components, computing the Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) of a sequence.
This research also shows that the nature of the problem plays a crucial role in determining what many-core model will provide the highest benefit in performance.
These instructions will get you a copy of the project up and running on your local machine for development and testing purposes.
- On Friday, June 5, 2020
An Introduction to GPU Programming with CUDA
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NVIDIA Deep Learning Course: Class #1 – Introduction to Deep Learning
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NVIDIA's Image Restoration AI: Almost Perfect
The paper "Noise2Noise: Learning Image Restoration without Clean Data" and its source code are available here: 1. 2
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Ansible: Clean Ubuntu 18.04 to CUDA 10, PyTorch 1.0, fastai deep learning machine
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DGX Station vs. DIY
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NVIDIA Developer How To Series: Introduction to Recurrent Neural Networks in TensorRT
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NVIDIA Deep Learning Course: Class #5 - Getting started with Torch7
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TecHeal Xtreme Build for Artificial Intelligence & Deep Learning
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Distributed TensorFlow (TensorFlow Dev Summit 2017)
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