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Rootbeer GPU Compiler Lets Almost Any Java Code Run On the GPU 304

Posted by timothy
from the also-it's-delicious dept.
An anonymous reader writes "Today the source code to the Rootbeer GPU Compiler was released as open source on github. This work allows for a developer to use almost any Java code on the GPU. It is free, open source and highly tested. Rootbeer is the most full featured translator to convert Java Bytecode to CUDA. It allows arbitrary graphs of objects to be serialized to the GPU and the GPU kernel to be written in Java." Rootbeer is the work of Syracuse University instructor Phil Pratt-Szeliga.
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Rootbeer GPU Compiler Lets Almost Any Java Code Run On the GPU

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