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The Package is installable in GNU Octave and offers OpenCL support for parallelization of numerical computations. It is most effective for computations which are based on large vectors or n-dimensional arrays of numbers, and mostly (but not limited to) identical element-wise operations. The user can select which available OpenCL hardware and drivers are to be used.

The Package offers new numeric data types with many built-in operations (e.g., overloaded operators). It is flexibly extendible by user-written OpenCL C programs. The Package does not, by itself, provide parallelization of higher numerical methods (like BLAS or LAPACK).

The Package is also available from the corresponding Octave Forge webpage https://octave.sourceforge.io/ocl/index.html. More information on GNU Octave can be found at https://www.octave.org.


  • parallel computing
  • GPU computing
  • hardware & driver selection


Science/Research, Developers, Engineering

Programming Language

C++, OpenCL


Scientific/Engineering, Simulations

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