global memory


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global memory

[′glō·bəl ′mem·rē]
(computer science)
Computer storage that can be used by a number of processors connected together in a multiprocessor system.
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Global memory management in a client-server DBMS architectures.
All are known to be equivalent in power up to constant factors in running time, and polynomial factors in number of processors and global memory size, although the models are separated if processors and memory are more tightly constrained.)
If it is the last PCM, data are written back to the global memory.
We observe that the accesses to two arrays data and indices in global memory are fully coalesced.
(1) Init CUDA environment (2) Allocate GPU global memory A, U, F, r, b....
To decrease the global memory reading latency, we use a shared memory array, SMData, and adopt the three-level summation method.
The buffer between modules is realized by the global memory on GPUs; the transmitter or receiver only allows two data transmissions between the host computer and the GPUs.
Thus, we have efficiently used the memory bandwidth reducing the number of reordering operations in the global memory, allocating more than one bit for each crossing of the sequence, maximizing the reordering coherence, using the GPU's shared memory in order to locally sort data.
The second approach, called Shared NZ, takes advantage of shared memory to store the element data and reduce the number of transactions with global memory. A thread block is responsible for assembling a set of nonzero entries of the system of equations.
(Tokyo SE: 6665), both global memory suppliers, today announced that they have signed final contracts for a strategic technology partnership on joint development of memory chips (DRAMs).
* Memory bandwidth between the on board "global memory" and the thread processors is easily saturated, which is consistent with the unbalanced performance characteristics of the hardware.
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