jean-claude

Penalty in taking advantage of kernel auto up-sampling/down-sampling??

Discussion created by jean-claude on Oct 4, 2008
Latest reply on Oct 10, 2008 by udeepta@amd
Implicit tream operators

Hi,

Again a basic question:

Just to want to understand if there is any performance penalty (timing,..)
in taking advantage of kernel auto up-sampling/down-sampling...

for instance in this vector %2 downsampling :

kernel move_to(float src<>, out float dest<> {
  dest = src;
}

main :

float A_str<100>;
float B_str<50>;
move_to(A,B);         // B gets all values at even positions in A

So is upsampling/downsampling a pure Brook software feature, or is it de facto supported by the GPU hardware?

In any case what is the performance price to pay versus using aligned-sized vectors??

Thanks

Jean-Claude

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