ICHEC presents at NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference
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Posted on 2 October 2009
ICHEC Computational Scientist Christos Kartsaklis has introduced a newly developed tool called JASM at the prestigious NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference. His talk discussed ongoing progress regarding the development of a Java-based library for rapid kernel prototyping in NVIDIA PTX and PTX instruction scheduling. It is aimed at developers seeking total control of emitted PTX, highly parametric emission of, and tuneable instruction reordering. It is primarily used for code development at ICHEC but is also hoped that the NVIDIA GPU community will also find it beneficial.