[Eeglablist] Update on GPU and/or Parallel Processing Toolbox?

Baker, Joshua joshua.baker at ntu.ac.uk
Wed Nov 18 02:41:58 PST 2015

Dear EEGlab list

I see that on the EEGlab wiki, there have been some tests using the GPUmat toolbox (wiki updated in 2010). I have just purchased a new machine that i would wish to take full advantage of. Have there been any recent developments/tests on using either GPU computing for faster computations, or using the Parallel Processing Toolbox for running multiple computations on different datasets in parallel on the same machine?

Many thanks,

Joshua Baker. MSc.
Psychology Technician in Behavioural Neuroscience & PhD Researcher.
Midlands Representitive for the Association of Technical Staff in Psychology
Chaucer 433 (Psychology Lab Support)
Division of Psychology
Nottingham Trent University

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