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Posted 23 Dec 2012

GPU Computing Using CUDA, Eclipse, and Java with JCuda

, 21 Sep 2013
Tutorial: GPU computing with JCuda and Nsight (Eclipse)
CodeProjectMBishop_12_22_2012
JCudaFftDemo
bin
CaxpyGpu.class
ComplexCalcFloat.class
ComplexFloat.class
FftCpuFloat.class
FftGpuFloat.class
Main.class
Stopwatch.class
src
Notes
Credit http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2636201/how-to-create-a-project-from-existing-source-in-eclipse-and-then-find-it


   Easiest Method:

    Put all source files into one directory named after your project. i.e. "ProjectName" You can keep this directory in your workspace or it can be somewhere else.
    Start a new project in eclipse and name it using that same project name.
    Uncheck the "use default location" box and find the directory where your project is. If your project is already in the workspace, you probably won't have to change the default location.
    Click 'next'.

Eclipse should be smart enough to figure out what's going on. After clicking next, it will show you all of the files it found in that directory. It will just automatically add those files to your project. Voilà!




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Mark H Bishop
Founder PEI Watershed Alliance, Inc.
United States United States
I am an analytical chemist and an educator. I program primarily to perform matrix computations for regression analysis, process signals, acquire data from sensors, and to control devices.

I participate in many open source development communities and Linux user forums. I occasionally perform IT contract work, primarily focused on network design/deployment and penetration testing for small organizations.

I am a member of several community-interest groups such as the Prince Edward Island Watershed Alliance, the Lot 11 and Area Watershed Management Group, and the Petersham Historic Commission.

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