- Apr 19, 2007
1 student = 1 GPU thread... BAM all 1 million inefficient possibilities taken care of. :colbert:It starts to get interesting when you try to solve the same problems with different approaches.
Here's a problem I've seen multiple times on the internet:
A hallway has a single row of 1000 lockers. All of them are closed initially. The hallway also has 1000 students.
Now how to optimize this in parallel and you've got yourself interviews for certain types of computer/software engineering jobs. Sorry to go a bit off topic as this is obviously getting well beyond the realm of "start programming".