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ltu
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How can I use 'Swizzled Buffer Addressing' in OpenCL?

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I find it is a useful feature “8.1.5.2 Swizzled Buffer Addressing” @ http://amd-dev.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com/wordpress/media/2013/07/AMD_GCN3_Instruction_Set_Architecture...

But I don't know how to use this feature in my openCL program.   

Is it feasible for openCL applications?   If yes, can you help?

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dipak
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Re: How can I use 'Swizzled Buffer Addressing' in OpenCL?

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My apologies for this delayed reply. After checking with some experienced folks, I've come to know that “Swizzled buffer addressing” is not available from OpenCL.

FYI: There is a shuffle function in OpenCL that manipulates the ordering of elements in a vector.

Regards,

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pinform
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Re: How can I use 'Swizzled Buffer Addressing' in OpenCL?

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Hi l tu,

Welcome to the AMD Developer forum.

I am moving your question to the OpenCL forum, where an expert should be able to help you out.

In the future, you can post your OpenCL-related questions directly in the OpenCL forum.

--Prasad

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dipak
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Re: How can I use 'Swizzled Buffer Addressing' in OpenCL?

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My apologies for this delayed reply. After checking with some experienced folks, I've come to know that “Swizzled buffer addressing” is not available from OpenCL.

FYI: There is a shuffle function in OpenCL that manipulates the ordering of elements in a vector.

Regards,

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