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Graphics Architecture, Winter 2009
UC Davis course EEC277 introduces the design and analysis of the architecture of computer graphics systems. Topics include the graphics pipeline, general-purpose programmability of modern graphics architectures, exploiting parallelism in graphics, and case studies of noteworthy and modern graphics architectures.
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4.5 stars from 19 ratings
Great Course for a Niche Subject
The content in this course isn't a typical area of study in computer science programs at univerisities, but it has large research and commercial implications. Often, there is a course for graphics and a computer architecture course (mainly CPU design). There isn't a whole lot of information about...Read full review »
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Recent Episodes
In our final content lecture, we look at how to parallelize the graphics pipeline. What is challenging about parallelizing the GPU? What are the ways we could parallelize it? We discuss the sorting taxonomy of parallelism strategies, look at different ways to communicate within a multi-node...
Published 03/10/09
Jeremy Sugerman from Stanford describes GRAMPS, a programming model for graphics pipelines and heterogeneous parallelism.
Published 03/05/09
We turn away from a fixed-function graphics pipeline and explore what we can do with a user-programmable pipeline, where not only pipeline stages but also the structure of the pipeline can be customized. We look at Reyes, delay streams, and the programmable culling unit.
Published 03/03/09
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