Integral. Given an input image $pSrc$ and the specified value $nVal$, the pixel value of the integral image $pDst$ at coordinate (i, j) will be computed as. NVIDIA continuously works to improve all of our CUDA libraries. NPP is a particularly large library, with + functions to maintain. We have a realistic goal of. Name, cuda-npp. Version, Summary. Description, CUDA package cuda-npp. Section, base. License, Proprietary. Homepage. Recipe file.

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For example, on Linux, to compile a small application foo using NPP against the dynamic library, the following command can be used:. With a large library to support on a large and growing hardware base, the work to optimize it is never done! A mpp implementation may be close to optimal on newer devices. If it turns out to be with Nvidia then who knows when or if this gets fixed.

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For this reason it is recommended that cudaDeviceSynchronize or at least cudaStreamSynchronize be called before making an nppSetStream call to change to a new stream ID. It would be great if you could send us an example of a failure case.

The replacements cannot be found in either CUDA 7. If I had to guess I’d say there is an optimization going wrong or the scaler could be running into a hardware limitation. I got maximum speedup in 16 bit Single channel image of size xwhich was To be safe in all cases however, this may require that you increase the memory allocated for your source image by 1 in both width and height.

It isn’t hard to beat standard sorting methods, if you know a lot about your data and are willing to bake those assumptions into the code. You can get the memory bandwidth stats for your kernel from the profiler and compare them to the maximum for your device.


In short, this function is a sinking ship. The final result for a signal value of being squared and scaled would be:.

The issue can be cuxa with CUDA 7.

It may only be the filter will get removed due to this lack of support, for having a low image quality and being bound to a specific hardware and an external library. And if the shift was 1. Further does it say: By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

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The current release is IPP v9. To improve loading and runtime performance when using dynamic libraries, NPP recently replaced it with a full set of nppi sub-libraries.

In order to map the maximum value of to in the result, one would specify an integer result scaling factor of 8, i.

I’m not saying it should be removed.

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Visit the Trac open source project at http: After getting some info from the Nvidia forums and further reading is this the situation as it presents itself to me: Although one can influence the result with a different pixel shift and thereby produce distinguishable images from the algorithms does this also cause a minor shift in the image itself, which isn’t acceptable.

I may have found something. So far the only response I got was to send in a feature request for Nvidia to provide the new functions, which I’ve done. NPP will evolve over time to encompass more of the compute heavy tasks in a variety of problem domains. Last modified 2 years ago. Tunacode in Pakistan has some stuff too. Primitives belonging to NPP’s image-processing module add the letter “i” to the npp prefix, i.


These allow to specify filter matrices, which I interpret as a sign of quality improvement and a confession on the poor quality of the ResizeSqrPixel? This list of sub-libraries is as follows:. My question is that: Stack Overflow works best with JavaScript enabled. Just for the sake of comparison, I timed my function against NPP. Aren’t NPP functions completely optimized? I’d like to wait for a response by Nvidia. For one this has the benefit that the library will not allocate memory unbeknownst to the user.

When you roll your own, you can use all the assumptions specific to your situation to speed things up.

It also allows developers who invoke the same primitive repeatedly to allocate the scratch only once, cyda performance and potential device-memory fragmentation. This integer data is usually a fixed point fractional representation of some physical magnitue e. Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

One can see the effect here in a montage of various combinations of hardware and software scalers cua encoders. As an aside, I don’t think any library can ever be “fully optimized”.