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Vector Read(int4) of an Image-help

Question asked by sharath.naidu on Jan 4, 2013
Latest reply on Jan 11, 2013 by sharath.naidu

Hi

 

I am using int4 for read from the input Image and also to write to the output Image.

I have a 256*256 Image.

initially i assiged global work dimensions as 256,256 but its a bad idea as i used to get 16 Images of size 64*64 as its an int4 it reads 4 pixels for one work item and with 64 work items in X and Y direction it can read the entire Image.

 

Then i changed the global work item dimension by 64*256 ...as 64*4 is 256(in x direction the int4 reads 4 pixel/work item)...bad idea as it read the Image as 64*256.

I tried thinking if i make the global work item dimension loook like this 000100040008000120001600020...i tot work item will be executed when its a multiple of 4...definitely wrong.

Then reading inputImage as int4* and writing back as int*  is not possible or?

...i want to read image as an int4 and output as an int4...is it possible?

 

/************This code is for global work dimension 64*256*******************/

 

__kernel void convolution(

__global int4 *inputImage,                                  //cl_image_format.channel datatype CL_SIGNED_INT32;  CL_R;

__global int4 *outputImage,

  int inputWidth,                                                        //256

  int inputHeight,                                                       //256

__constant int *filter,                                           //sobel filter

      int filterWidth)                                                  //filterWidth=3

{

 

int x = get_global_id(0);

int y = get_global_id(1);

int4 sum = 0;

int kx, ky;

 

int widthby4 = inputWidth/4;

 

for (ky = -filterWidth/2; ky <= filterWidth/2; ++ky)

   {

      for (kx = -filterWidth/2; kx <= filterWidth/2; ++kx)

      {

           sum += inputImage[(y + ky) * widthby4 + (x + kx)] * filter[(ky + filterWidth/2) * filterWidth + (kx + filterWidth/2)];

      }

}

sum /= 9;

outputImage[(y)*widthby4+(x)] = sum;

}

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