Clyther Pygotham Talk

Here is a screencast of the Clyther talk at Pygotham. Clyther is an open source project, along the lines of Cython, that allows users to program a GPU with Python via a JIT OpenCL engine. Unfortunately, the multiple monitor setup resulted in some odd aspect ratio’s. Nevertheless, the content has been captured for posterity. You can find the github page here. Enjoy!

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    About two weeks ago, I heard a person from NVIDIA say there is a lot of interest in OpenCL as a back-end for domain specific languages. An example of this approach was the PeakStream platform for GPGPU.

    OpenCL is not really an imperative programming model even though the API is in C and the shader language looks a lot like C. It’s really a functional model more like map-reduce. The basic program unit is a functional closure (kernel) over an index space (work item IDs).


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