Falmouth

02-20-2010, 04:34 AM

Hi

I have a program that passes a matrix into a kernel does some maths and then returns the new matrix. It worked fine in CUDA but have had this slight problem in OpenCL. However it does not always return the same value and if I return the matrix through two different variables as shown in the code through data and t_data I get slightly different numbers.

Why do test and data return different values, when they are defined in exactly the same way and have the same calculation done on them in the kernel?

What kind of problem could cause this to happen? Sorry about the poor description any thoughts at all would be greatly appreciated.

This is the maths thats not giving the same value for every point in the matrix, through some are correct and it changes from time to time.

test[loc] = data[loc] -1 ;

data[loc] = data[loc] -1;

I have a program that passes a matrix into a kernel does some maths and then returns the new matrix. It worked fine in CUDA but have had this slight problem in OpenCL. However it does not always return the same value and if I return the matrix through two different variables as shown in the code through data and t_data I get slightly different numbers.

Why do test and data return different values, when they are defined in exactly the same way and have the same calculation done on them in the kernel?

What kind of problem could cause this to happen? Sorry about the poor description any thoughts at all would be greatly appreciated.

This is the maths thats not giving the same value for every point in the matrix, through some are correct and it changes from time to time.

test[loc] = data[loc] -1 ;

data[loc] = data[loc] -1;