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Satoru Tagawa author, translator. Describes parallel programming in general, and use of OpenCL in particular. Official webpage at http: Kindle Edition , 1st , pages.
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As many software is still written in a previous version, it is good to know the differences. Satoru Tagawa translator Published Date: It seems to be translated from Japanese to English, but except some small typos and spelling errors the book is very easy to read. The parts where that build up a program step-by-step is a bit annoying to read, because they repeat the whole program again while only a few lines have changed.
The book would be more like pages if written more compact. Thicker, more up to date and a promise there are less translation-errors.
This is where we all chose OpenCL for: And this book dives into that world completely, so we actually learn a lot new stuff about the advantages of having a GPU on your lap. The new edition upgrades the book to version 1. So if you have the first edition, there is no need to buy the second edition. Matthew Scarpino Published Date: The book seems to target an audience who want a more practical guide to learn OpenCL.