The C++ SYCL for OpenCL standard was ratified last year by the Khronos Group, with early commercial and open-source implementations available already. While SYCL provides a programming model comparable to OpenCL, the use of an OpenMP-style single-source idiom, with integrated support for C++11 templates and language features, also introduces significant differences. To investigate the robustness of SYCL and its implementations, we report on the completed effort to port the SLAMBench KFusion computer vision benchmark to SYCL.
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|Published - 12 Mar 2016
|ASR-MOV - Architectures and Systems for Real-time Mobile Vision applications - Gran Hotel Princesa Sofía, Barcelona, Spain
Duration: 12 Mar 2016 → 12 Mar 2016
|ASR-MOV - Architectures and Systems for Real-time Mobile Vision applications
|12/03/16 → 12/03/16
- Computer Vision