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Optimizing memory access on GPUs using morton order indexing
Proceedings of the 48th Annual Southeast Regional Conference on - ACM SE '10
High performance computing environments are not freely available to every scientist or programmer. However, massively parallel computational devices are available in nearly every workstation class computer and laptop sold today. The programmable GPU gives immense computational power to a user in a standard office environment; however, programming a GPU to function efficiently is not a trivial task. An issue of primary concern is memory latency, if not managed properly it can cost the GPU indoi:10.1145/1900008.1900035 dblp:conf/ACMse/NocentinoR10 fatcat:3n7tlpyho5bhhpxgudt57naymu