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13 Aug 2014 Screenshot RayShapeArticle_FEX.zip Solving Large Geometric and Visualization Problems with GPU Computing in MATLAB Author: Paul Peeling ray tracing, rendering, computer graphics, gpu, arrayfun 62 3
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09 Dec 2013 AIFFREAD Read AIFF (Audio Interchange File Format) sound file. Author: Kenneth Eaton

Excellent work

22 Oct 2013 Tortoise SVN Wrapper Simple wrapper for Tortoise SVN. Author: Jedediah Frey

If you are running 64-bit Windows, you need to have 64-bit Tortoise SVN for this to work out-of-the-box

04 Oct 2012 Tortoise SVN Wrapper Simple wrapper for Tortoise SVN. Author: Jedediah Frey

great, I use this every day. svn log is missing, can add this command to the command switchyard at the beginning of svn.m to bring up the log window

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13 Dec 2014 RayShapeArticle_FEX.zip Solving Large Geometric and Visualization Problems with GPU Computing in MATLAB Author: Paul Peeling Hammad ur rehman

the motive for the upload is so much of my taste.
i like the compilation

17 Nov 2014 RayShapeArticle_FEX.zip Solving Large Geometric and Visualization Problems with GPU Computing in MATLAB Author: Paul Peeling Andreas Chwala

@Zoltán
Probably one can explain it like this:
As long as the algorithm calls the loop with less elements then available cores the execution time is not increasing with the number of elements.

18 Aug 2014 RayShapeArticle_FEX.zip Solving Large Geometric and Visualization Problems with GPU Computing in MATLAB Author: Paul Peeling Zoltán Csáti

A question about the article: why is it, that the curve characterizing the GPU implementation is not monotonically increasing?

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