steveh_ol

Image - Multidimensional NDRange - Advantage?

Discussion created by steveh_ol on Jan 17, 2011
Latest reply on Jan 19, 2011 by himanshu.gautam

Hi,

for an algorithm working on an image pixel by pixel, is there an actual advantage if one uses a e.g. two dimensional NDRange for the global and local threads rather than a one dimensional NDRange?

For example the global thread number could be a 2 dimensional (image.width, image.height) NDRange or with image.width*image.height a one dimensional.

I pack my image data to a one dimensional array with size image.width*image.height, so i would have to do an additional computation on the GPU to get my array index from the 2 dimensional global NDRange.

Did I miss any possible advantage that comes with e.g. a 2-dimensional NDRange in my particular case?

 

Thank you in advance,

Greetings,

steve

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