DirectCompute Lecture Series 110: Memory Patterns
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In this video, Matt Sandy, a Program Manager on the DirectX team, provides an in-depth look at memory usage patterns in DirectCompute.
In this lecture, you will learn how to most effectively use memory in DirectCompute. Topics include an overview of how memory resources are used within a DirectCompute application, methods for identifying execution threads, data I/O patterns for various resource types, and how to utilize groupshared memory to improve application performance.
Slides for this lecture are available from here.
This video is a follow up video for:
The DirectCompute Expert Roundtable Discussion
the Introduction to DirectCompute video.
For more information about DirectCompute, download the PDC 2009 DirectCompute Hands on Lab.
For more information about DirectX, check the DirectX Developer Center and the Windows Developer Center.
You can also download the Direct X SDK.