The GPU dialect of MLIR provides abstractions for launching GPU kernels following a programming model similar to that of CUDA or OpenCL.
This allows developers to use MLIR to write programs for GPUs, leveraging the CUDA or OpenCL programming models. This provides a powerful tool for developers to write programs for GPUs using MLIR.
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This dialect provides middle-level abstractions for launching GPU kernels following a programming model similar to that of CUDA or OpenCL.
'gpu' Dialect - MLIR
Also, we do not intend MLIR to be a source language that end-users would themselves write kernels in (analogous to CUDA C++). On the other hand, MLIR provides ...
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