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A Parallel Implementation of the 2D Wavelet Transform Using CUDA

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4 Author(s)
Franco, J. ; Dipt. de Ing. y Tecnol. de Comput., Univ. de Murcia, Murcia ; Bernabe, G. ; Fernandez, J. ; Acacio, M.E.

There is a multicore platform that is currently concentrating an enormous attention due to its tremendous potential in terms of sustained performance: the NVIDIA Tesla boards. These cards intended for general-purpose computing on graphic processing units (GPGPUs) are used as data-parallel computing devices. They are based on the Computed Unified Device Architecture (CUDA) which is common to the latest NVIDIA GPUs. The bottom line is a multicore platform which provides an enormous potential performance benefit driven by a non-traditional programming model. In this paper we try to provide some insight into the peculiarities of CUDA in order to target scientific computing by means of a specific example. In particular, we show that the parallelization of the two-dimensional fast wavelet transform for the NVIDIA Tesla C870 achieves a speedup of 20.8 for an image size of 8192times8192, when compared with the fastest host-only version implementation using OpenMP and including the data transfers between main memory and device memory.

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Parallel, Distributed and Network-based Processing, 2009 17th Euromicro International Conference on

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18-20 Feb. 2009

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