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159.735 Assignment 5
You have been commissioned to help design a new quantum warp drive
engine. Since this engine is designed to drive spaceships through hyperspace,
you will need to deal with spatial dimensions greater than 3.
Given an N-dimensional sphere of radius, r, centred at the origin of an
N-dimensional coordinate system, first complete a sequential function to
count the number of integer coordinate points inside the sphere. Here are
some examples to allow you to check your work:
1. A 1-dimensional sphere of radius 25.5 has 51 integer coordinate points:
{(±25, ±24, ±23, · · · , ±1, 0)}
2. A 2-dimensional sphere of radius 2.05 has 13 integer coordinate points
within the sphere:
{(0, 0),(−1, 0),(−2, 0),(1, 0),(2, 0),(−1, −1),(−1, 1),(1, −1),(1, 1),(0, −2),
(0, −1),(0, 1),(0, 2)}
3. A 3-dimensional sphere of radius 1.5 has 19 integer coordinate points
inside the sphere:
{(−1, 0, 0),(−1, 0, 1),(−1, 0, −1),(−1, −1, 0),(−1, 1, 0),(1, 0, 0),(1, 0, 1),
(1, 0, −1),(1, −1, 0),(1, 1, 0),(0, 0, 0),(0, 1, 0),(0, 1, 1),(0, 1, −1),(0, −1, 0),
(0, −1, 1),(0, −1, −1),(0, 0, −1),(0, 0, 1)}
A small start up program will be provided, where you are asked to complete
the sequential function count_inside. This function will be invoked
for a number of different values of r and N. The pseudo-code for the sequential
implementation goes like:
for (n=0; n < ntrials; ++n) {
ndim = select_at_random()
// Invoke function to count inside integer coordinates
}
Having completed the sequential program, then develop an implementation
You will need to decide what your kernel function will do and how to
organize your threads. It is also likely you will encounter some limitations
on your graphics card that will affect performance and the values for r and
N that will actually work.
Submission
Please submit your C or C++ source code together with a brief report.
In your report you should address at least the following. Marks will be
awarded for discussions that demonstrate clear understanding on GPU
architectures.
• State the graphics card you used together with any relevant specs.
• Briefly describe your algorithm for counting the number of integer
coordinates within an N-sphere
• Provide a description on how you parallelized the above problem.
• Present appropriate performance data, and comment on your result.
Due date: TBD
Appendix: Coding Hints
To convert a decimal integer number, num, into a number in base B, you
can use a number of possible algorithms, for example:
idx = 0;
while (num != 0) {
rem = num % B;
num = num / B;
digit[idx] = rem;
++idx;
}
Examples: 120810 = 101110002, 120810 = 11222023, 120810 = 22708, · · · .
You can use cudaMalloc() to create a single data word, not just arrays,
on the GPU device. Also, you can use cudaMemset() to initialize a device
value and you can use cudaMemcpy() to copy single data words from the
device to the host.
You will probably encounter a situation where a number of threads can
modify a single value. Clearly, this would have to be done atomically. The 