Alea.cuBase V1 1.2.692
The new version 1.2 of Alea.cuBase is based on a completely new compiler infrastructure design and has many new features.
- Brand new compiler design
- Significant speedup of compilation
- Complete language integrated compiler / linker
- Extendable through custom builders
- Linking IRModules
- Support struct, ref type, record (through some attributes)
- Support NVIDIA LibDevice
More resources and downloads:
- NuGet gallery https://www.nuget.org/packages/Alea.cuBase/
- NuGet feed http://nuget.aleacubase.com/nuget
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F# in Finance
Oct. 31, 2013
Dr. Daniel Egloff will be talking at the upcoming F# in Finance all day events in London and New York:
In the fast moving world of financial markets it's speed, speed, speed! GPU compute accelerators are finding wide ...Read More
GPUs in Asset Management
Sept. 4, 2013
Dr. Daniel Egloff will present at the GPU Club of the University of Manchester on Wednesday, 2 Oct 2013.
Modern portfolio theory, initially developed by Harry Markowitz, has been used in the industry now for several decades to construct ...Read More
F# and Computational Finance
May 19, 2013
The last .NET in the City event organized by Microsoft last Thursday, May 16th, was a great success. We had more than 70 registrations and a large crowed showed up.
Daniel Egloff gave another presentation about F# and its application ...Read More
Alea.cuBase 1.2.680 Released
Nov. 13, 2013
We are happy to announce that the new Alea.cuBase 1.2.680 is released now. Alea.cuBase 1.2.x has a brand new design, with many new features involved. Alea.cuBase 1.2.680 is now available at NuGet Gallery. Alea.cuBase 1.2.680 is also available at our NuGet feed at http://nuget.aleacubase.com/nuget. Alternatively you can download assemblies from here. An online manual of 1.2.680 […]
Alea.cuBase 1.1 Preview 1 (1.1.467) released!
April 12, 2013
Alea.cuBase 1.1 Preview 1 (1.1.467) is released, you can find it in NuGet Gallery. This is a preview release, includes some experimental new features: Start to support struct. Start to support graphics interop. There will be examples and tutorials soon to show how to use these new features.
CUDA scripting inside Excel (Part II)
March 12, 2013
(tips: to view high quality video, please click the gear button on the video player) This video shows how to use Alea.cuExtension to quickly code a PI calculation with Monte-Carlo simulation inside Excel with Tsunami F# scripting. We use sobol sequence, because the other parallel randome number generator in Alea.cuExtension are still in developing. The […]