CU•2•CL

Automating CUDA-to-OpenCL Translation

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    Journal Articles



  • Characterizing the Challenges and Evaluating the Efficacy of a CUDA-to-OpenCL Translator.
    Mark Gardner, Paul Sathre, Wu-chun Feng, Gabriel Martinez.
    In Parallel Computing, 39 (12): 769-786, December 2013.
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  • Conference Papers



  • Lost in Translation: Challenges in Automating CUDA-to-OpenCL Translation.
    Paul Sathre, Mark Gardner, Wu-chun Feng.
    In Proceedings of the 5th International Workshop on Parallel Programming Models and Systems Software for High-End Computing (P2S2), Pittsburgh, PA, September 2012.
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  • CU2CL: A CUDA-to-OpenCL Translator for Multi- and Many-Core Architectures.
    Gabriel Martinez, Mark Gardner, Wu-chun Feng.
    In Proceedings of the 17th IEEE International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Systems, Tainan, Taiwan, December 2011.
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  • Theses



  • On the Complexity of Robust Source-to-Source Translation from CUDA to OpenCL.
    Paul D. Sathre.
    Virginia Tech, April 2013.
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  • CU2CL: A CUDA-to-OpenCL Translator for Multi- and Many-Core Architectures.
    Gabriel Martinez.
    Virginia Tech, July 2011.
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