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Graphical Processing Unit - a specialized, relatively inexpensive hardware unit built for fast graphical computations and highly data-parallel scientific computations.

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What kinds of problems lend themselves well to GPU computing?

So I've got a decent head for what problems I work with are best one in serial, and which can be managed in parallel. But right now, I don't have much of an idea of what's best handled by CPU-based ...
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GPU-enabled Lattice Boltzmann solvers?

Is anybody aware of any GPU-enabled Lattice Boltzmann solvers (preferably on C++/OpenCL and open-source) that would be recommended? I have found Advanced Simulation Library, but it seems to be very ...
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New to CFD, Lattice Boltzmann or Navier-Stokes?

I apologize if some of my questions are naive; I am very new to computer simulations and fluid-dynamics. I am going to start a PhD in early 2017, and I would like to bone-up on some Computational ...
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Nvidia K20X vs GeForce Titan for GPGPU acceleration

Im trying to understand the difference between these two graphics cards for academic computing, specifically for the DGEMM component. If we look at the raw statistics, both have the same GK110 chip, ...
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Maxwell vs Kepler for GPU computation

I am looking at the Nvidia GT-860M which comes in both the old Kepler and new Maxwell architecture. The old one (1152) seems to have almost twice the cores as the new one (640). The new one has a ...
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Designing a preconditioner for a very Ill-conditionned matrix

I am a physicist with limited numerical methods knowledge and I am trying to speed up the inversion of a very ill-conditioned problem ($rcond>10^{30}$). The same sparse square matrix is used ...