CUDASort
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CUDASort[vec]
sorts the input vector.

CUDASort[mem]
sorts CUDAMemory in place.


sorts input with respect to the ordering function op.

DetailsDetails

  • The CUDALink application must be loaded using Needs["CUDALink`"].
  • works on general vector types such as , , .
  • does not work on symbolic input.
  • is equivalent to Sort.
  • The value for op can be either Less or Greater.

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Basic Examples  (4)Basic Examples  (4)

First, load the CUDALink application:

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This sorts an input list:

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This sorts using the Greater ordering function:

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If input is CUDAMemory, then memory is returned as output:

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This sorts the input CUDAMemory:

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Note that the input and output memories are the samethat is, CUDASort sorts memory in place. Memory is retrieved using CUDAMemoryGet:

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works on vector types by sorting the data lexicographically. This generates random integer tuples:

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This loads the memory as :

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This sorts the memory in place:

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This gets the memory into the Wolfram Language:

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The result agrees with the Wolfram Language:

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