On Monday, 7 August 2017 at 07:38:34 UTC, Suliman wrote:
Modern GPU have thousands of GPU kernels, it's far from CPU kernels, but it's interesting for me is there any chance that in future they be used in same maner as CPU kernels?

Do you mean threads? Not really, they are more like SIMD lanes that together are more analogous to a CPU thread. See John Colvin's 2015/2016 DConf talks.

If yes is there any reasons of exit for fibers? Or it would be easier to map one thread to one kernel? On system with 1k kernels/cores I do not see any reason for fibers for exiten.

Fibres are for I/O bound problems related to the overheads of task switching. They offer no benefits (unless you want stateful generators) for compute bound problems.

Also here was few topics about D3. But what about about you are thinging about threading model? I think in next 10 yers even CPU would have 32-64 cores.

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