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GPU Computing

Run image processing code on a graphics processing unit (GPU)

To take advantage of the performance benefits offered by a modern graphics processing unit (GPU), certain Image Processing Toolbox™ functions can perform image processing operations on a GPU. These functions provide GPU acceleration for complicated image processing workflows.

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Image Processing on a GPU

Take advantage of graphics processing unit (GPU) acceleration for complicated image processing workflows.

Perform Thresholding and Morphological Operations on a GPU

This example shows how to perform image processing operations on a GPU.

Perform Element-Wise Operations on a GPU

This example shows how to perform element-wise, or pixel-based, operations on a GPU by using functions that send both the data and operations to the GPU for processing.

Parallel Block Processing on Large Image Files

If you have a Parallel Computing Toolbox™ license, you can take advantage of multiple processor cores on your machine to improve the performance of blockproc.

List of Supported Functions with Limitations and Other Notes

See the list of toolbox functions that support GPU computing.