I’m starting with CUDA C++.
I am working on the dot product between two matrices, I don’t found a function to do in CUBLAS, so i had to do a kernel. Now I try to convert that .cu file to a dynamic library (dll) to call from a main in another project.
When I compile the .cpp file I get “Error c2065 ‘blockidx’ undeclared identifier”, same error for blockDim and threadIdx.
Is posible make a dynamic library (dll) in VS2010 using a kernel, or i have problems in shaping the VS2010?
What I try to do is
of course cuBLAS has a dot product:
It looks like you are trying to make a MATLAB mex dll, so follow this guide:
A Google search will pull up all this same info… I guess I am the one of the few who uses Google search.
And if you intend to do the element wise multiply (dot product) of the matrices, like this in MATLAB:
Then you still can use the above cuBLAS call, but you need to use streams to batch the element wise multiplication.
And if you are indeed using MATLAB and it stores the matrices in contigous column-major format, you theoretically can use just one cublasSdot() with the size of the ‘vector’ being (N*M). Since it is element wise it will be like doing this in MATLAB:
Assuming A(N,M) and B(N,M)
I think that should work, but make sure you get the input parameters right.
Thank you very much.
Now I will review the information.