C++ gpu-programming

Open-source C++ projects categorized as gpu-programming

Top 7 C++ gpu-programming Projects

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  • taichi

    Productive, portable, and performant GPU programming in Python.

    Project mention: CERN Root | news.ycombinator.com | 2024-06-01

    The haughtiness is not for nothing. Since Dec 2023, they made a lame excuse that Pytorch didn't support 3.12: https://github.com/taichi-dev/taichi/issues/8365#issuecommen...

    Later, even when Pytorch added support for 3.12, nothing changed (so far) in Taichi.

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  • codon

    A high-performance, zero-overhead, extensible Python compiler using LLVM

    Project mention: Should I Open Source my Company? | news.ycombinator.com | 2024-01-22

    https://github.com/exaloop/codon/blob/develop/LICENSE

    Here are some others: https://github.com/search?q=%22Business+Source+License%22+%2...

  • Taskflow

    A General-purpose Task-parallel Programming System using Modern C++

    Project mention: The Way We Are Building Event-Driven Applications Is Misguided | news.ycombinator.com | 2024-05-28

    > The set-theory approach is hard to do, but promising. Each object that wants something has a small set of the things it wants. There's a big pool of such sets. There's also a big pool of the items you have, which changes constantly. It's easy to express what you need to fetch and which objects are now ready to go as set intersection and difference operations. But you need representations for big sparse sets which can do set operations fast. Probably B-trees, or something in that space.

    Incremental updates to dynamic dependency graphs is a familiar problem for build tooling. I personally have used the taskflow C++ library (https://github.com/taskflow/taskflow) to great effect.

    > Microsoft Research fooled around with this concept years ago in a different context. The idea was to have a database which supported pending SQL queries. The query would return new results when the database changed such that the results of the query changed. The goal was to to support that for millions of pending queries. Financial traders would love to have that. It's a very hard scaling problem. Don't know how that came out.

    Incremental view maintenance is an active area of research. The likes of Noria and Materialize have done this with SQL, and the pg_ivm Postgres extension looks promising. Not sure if there is an equivalent implementation geared towards entity-component systems, though.

  • cccl

    CUDA Core Compute Libraries

    Project mention: GDlog: A GPU-Accelerated Deductive Engine | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-12-03

    https://github.com/topics/datalog?l=rust ... Cozo, Crepe

    Crepe: https://github.com/ekzhang/crepe :

    > Crepe is a library that allows you to write declarative logic programs in Rust, with a Datalog-like syntax. It provides a procedural macro that generates efficient, safe code and interoperates seamlessly with Rust programs.

    Looks like there's not yet a Python grammar for the treeedb tree-sitter: https://github.com/langston-barrett/treeedb :

    > Generate Soufflé Datalog types, relations, and facts that represent ASTs from a variety of programming languages.

    Looks like roxi supports n3, which adds `=>` "implies" to the Turtle lightweight RDF representation: https://github.com/pbonte/roxi

    FWIW rdflib/owl-rl: https://owl-rl.readthedocs.io/en/latest/owlrl.html :

    > simple forward chaining rules are used to extend (recursively) the incoming graph with all triples that the rule sets permit (ie, the “deductive closure” of the graph is computed).

    ForwardChainingStore and BackwardChainingStore implementations w/ rdflib in Python: https://github.com/RDFLib/FuXi/issues/15

    Fast CUDA hashmaps

    Gdlog is built on CuCollections.

    GPU HashMap libs to benchmark: Warpcore, CuCollections,

    https://github.com/NVIDIA/cuCollections

    https://github.com/NVIDIA/cccl

    https://github.com/sleeepyjack/warpcore

    /? Rocm HashMap

    DeMoriarty/DOKsparse:

  • vuh

    Vulkan compute for people

  • Gpufit

    GPU-accelerated Levenberg-Marquardt curve fitting in CUDA

  • OpenCL-Wrapper

    OpenCL is the most powerful programming language ever created. Yet the OpenCL C++ bindings are cumbersome and the code overhead prevents many people from getting started. I created this lightweight OpenCL-Wrapper to greatly simplify OpenCL software development with C++ while keeping functionality and performance.

  • SaaSHub

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  • Taichi: Accessible GPU programming, embedded in Python

    1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 11 Mar 2024
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  • MIT Researchers Developed Codon: A Python-Based Compiler That Helps Create New Domain-Specific Languages DSLs Within Python

    1 project | /r/machinelearningnews | 19 Mar 2023
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What are some of the best open-source gpu-programming projects in C++? This list will help you:

Project Stars
1 taichi 25,095
2 codon 13,970
3 Taskflow 9,769
4 cccl 981
5 vuh 344
6 Gpufit 308
7 OpenCL-Wrapper 280

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