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Nvidia Jetson TK 1 Review

A few weeks ago I finally purchased my Nvidia Jetson TK1 development board. The Jetson board provides a Cortex A15 CPU, a 192-core Nvidia GPU, different I/O ports and an impressive computing power. After the success of the raspberry Pi, and the requirements for new mobile platforms, manufacturers such as Nvidia started to look into […]

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CUDA Unified Memory : C Example

One of the brand new features introduced by NVIDIA in CUDA 6.0 is Unified Memory. Helping the programmer to reduce the amount of code written, and simplify the code. The Unified Memory helps managing memory, and maximizing data access speed transparently between the CPU and GPU. This is a simple C example, on how to […]

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Gnuplot Zoom In

This is another post about Gnuplot, and how to use multiplot  and zoom-in on data points/ lines  that can be difficult to distinguish.  Using multiplot will allow to place a secondary plot inside the main one, “emulating” a zoom on data points, by using a different scale. The plot will be placed to specific coordinates for clarity. […]

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Quick Fix PDF Conversion for Manuscript Central

There seem to be a long time known bug on Manuscript Central when you try to upload a paper generated with a recent LaTeX version.  When trying to upload a PDF with version < 1.4  the following error appears : Our apologies, but the file(s) main.pdf (PDF Copy) failed to convert to the appropriate pdf […]

Brew Gnuplot on OSX Mavericks

I had to install Gnuplot today on OS X Mavericks.  To do so, I used homebrew, which is an easy way to install the missing packages from OSX, and that  I need to work. After typing in the following command in my terminal :

I obtained the following error :

I tried to  link the […]

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cutil Error With CUDA 5.5

Recently I have had to compile CUDA code that had been written for an anterior version of CUDA 5.0 and encountered errors with an old library.  After a quick google search on the Nvidia website, and some forums, I discovered that the library I was trying to use had been replaced in the latest versions […]

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How To Start with Gnuplot

Gnuplot: Gnuplot is a “simple” command line tool that generates 2D, 3D, GIF  graphs which can be used along with all major operating systems and which is often used in publications due to it’s high quality graphics.  The next paragraphs illustrate a few simple examples to start as well as how and why to make […]

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