This page says about fast quadruple precision:
'...this allows more efficient usage of hardware capabilities of modern CPUs, even exploiting some of the advanced instructions, not to mention possibilities of harnessing power of the GPU!'
I've been trying to use mp to solve the example singular value decomposition problem (illustrated on the same page) on an NVIDIA Quadro 2000 GPU that I've successfully used MATLAB's gpu functions on. I try the following code:
mp.Digits(34); mp.GuardDigits(0); format longG
A = gpuArray.rand(1000);
X = mp(A); tic; [U,S,V] = svd(X); toc;
But on encountering line 3 MATLAB says:
Error using mp: unsupported argument type
This is probably because the argument I'm passing to mp is a GPU array that it doesn't know how to handle.
How can I get mp to do this?
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