Ticket #217 (closed task: fixed)

Opened 9 years ago

Last modified 9 years ago

OpenCL Publication

Reported by: rlentz Owned by: rlentz
Priority: major Milestone: biweekly-2010: Sep-20 to Oct-01
Component: OpenCL Version:
Severity: serious Keywords:
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Kevin and Curtis provided feedback regarding the draft publication preparation for submission to the JoB. There were several improvements recommended to further the paper down this path. 1) was to separate the technical aspects from the core content and add them to the supplementary material. 2) Add the justification for consideration to the abstract. (Video hardware provides computational resources that may by underused by biological software: Enabled by large economies of scale (lower cost) and large standardize market (rapid technological advances). 3) Add code images when referenced by text (insert jpg images) - this will be moved to the technical documentation section. 4) Add a webpage introducing the topic, the tutorials, the data, and how to use it and reproduce the results. 5) Explain the math for calculating the efficiency multiple reference in the results section of the paper in an added legend and footnotes. 6) Talk about future applications to include adaptive optics and lifetime spectral. 7) Under lessons learned, discuss the first attempt with blind porting and reduction in performance experienced when using NIO backed structures 8) Reference FluoRender and Voxx (Indiana) as GPU enabled applications an that the trend for greater use of GPUs is growing. 9) On the website, include an application description section to show the user how to use the existing code as a tool.

It was determined that would we send NVidia a copy of the published paper and thank them for the hardware support.

Change History

comment:1 Changed 9 years ago by rlentz

  • Status changed from new to closed
  • Resolution set to fixed

The OpenCL Publication has been updated to reflect the first eight recommendations.

For 9) the landing page has been created at:


Individual developer sections have been removed from paper's appendix and added to the landing page under the following sections:

  • Setting up the host machine
  • Setting up Eclipse, SVN, Git, and ImageJ
  • Setting up JOCL, JOGL, and Gluegen
  • Downloading and running the OpenCL examples
  • Installing Maven
  • Using the Iterative Three Dimensional Deconvolution ITDD Code as an ImageJ plugin
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