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OpenCL in Action: How to Accelerate Graphics and Computation by Matthew Scarpino

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Appendix D. OpenCL on mobile devices

Each new generation of mobile devices provides more capabilities than the last, and it’s only a matter of time before high-performance embedded computing becomes a serious priority. A great deal of this performance will be provided by the devices’ GPUs, so it’s important to understand how OpenCL operates on handheld and mobile devices.

Chapter 10 of the OpenCL 1.1 standard defines the OpenCL Embedded Profile. This is the criteria that embedded devices must meet to be considered OpenCL-compliant. These requirements are a subset of the rules that apply to desktop systems, so there’s nothing significantly new or different to learn. But when you’re porting OpenCL code to run on a tablet computer or smart phone, ...

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