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From: iajzenszmi on 10 Dec 2008 12:29
Note: GPU = Graphical Processor Unit.
Jacket is a GPU engine for MATLAB®. Jacket enables standard MATLAB
code to run on the GPU, connecting the user-friendliness of MATLAB
directly to the speed and visual computing capability of the GPU.
Jacket is not another GPU API, nor is it simply a collection of GPU
MEX functions. Rather, it is a complete and transparent system,
automatically making memory transfer and execution optimization
decisions. Jacket uses a compile on-the-fly system to allow GPU
functions to run in MATLAB's interpretive style. Currently, Jacket is
built on NVIDIA's CUDA technology.
Jacket also includes the Graphics Toolbox for MATLAB (now available
for ALL operating systems). The Graphics Toolbox integrates the Jacket
computational engine with the full OpenGL capabilities of your GPU.
This coupling of computation and graphics allows you to develop true
Visual Computing applications.
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Submitted by Mr Ian Martin Ajzenszmidt