The combination of CUDA and.NET is a powerful technology, used
in many fields of applications: CAD, Physics, Scientific and Medical
Imaging, Data Mining and many more.
Why not combine the two to get more?
The components of managedCUDA are
A binding layer (DLL) for NVIDA CUDA, ManagedCUDA.
A set of CUDA Library – ManagedCUDA.CU.
A set of CUDA Utility – ManagedCUDA.CU.Utility.
A set of CUDA Kernel Language – ManagedCUDA.CU.KernelLanguage.
The binding layer is a DLL that implements the CUDA driver API
function for.NET Framework 3.5/4.0. It is used for programming with
CUDA using C#, C++, VB.NET, F# or any other.NET language.
A set of CUDA Library is a collection of CUDA utility and kernel
language files (.cu,.cuh and.cu) that will be automatically be
added to the compilation by the binding layer. For example, the
ManagedCUDA.CU.Utility.CUBLAS, ManagedCUDA.CU.Utility.CUFFT and
ManagedCUDA.CU.KernelLanguage.CUDA are a set of CUDA library that
contains CUDA related C#, F#, Visual Basic and C++ code. The binding
layer will add these libraries to the compilation if there is no
such library file in the application source.
A set of CUDA Utility contains utilities that are needed by C#, F#,
VB, C++, etc. developers. ManagedCUDA.CU.Utility.CUBLAS and
ManagedCUDA.CU.Utility.CUFFT are a set of CUDA Utility files that
contains CUDA libraries to be added to the compilation.
ManagedCUDA.CU.KernelLanguage.CUDA contains C#, F#, C++ and CUDA
kernel source files and CUDA libraries to be added to the
You can find more information and examples on how to use ManagedCUDA in this video:
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Unflip is a small-sized add-in designed for Microsoft PowerPoint, designed for users who want to fix presentations with flipped images, issues caused by the flip parameters when creating files with older PowerPoint versions. It basically installs a button in your application that you can click to instantly flip pictures to their correct position.
The downloaded package includes a.ppa file that you can just double-click to open in Microsoft PowerPoint. If the program is not associated with this format, then you can find the Add-ins section in the Tools menu, click Add new and pick the Unflip add-in.
Next, you can open a PowerPoint presentation, go to the Add-ins tab in the ribbon bar, find the Menu Commands section, and click Enable Corrective Flip. The change should be immediately applied to the file. To make it permanent, it’s only necessary to save the original file or create a new one.
If the add-in wasn’t loaded, then you should verify the macros settings (in Tools > Macros > Security) and decrease the security level that prevents unsigned add-ins from getting loaded in PowerPoint.
You must have at least Microsoft PowerPoint 2000 to be able to use this add-in. It also works on Office 2016.
Unflip Frequently Asked Questions
Q: The documentation doesn’t work.
Unflip will not run without the.ppa file installed. This file installs the macro and the shortcut. The.ppa file is available for download on the Unflip page.
Q: I have clicked the Enable Corrective Flip button. What now?
You should see a new menu item called Corrective Flip in the menu bar (see screenshot below).
To confirm it works, go to File > Open > Open an existing file.
Add-ins > Unflip.
Select a file and click Open.
If the menu item is present, then the file has been automatically fixed.
Q: How can I keep Unflip from opening in PowerPoint every time I open a file?
Click the Uninstall button, located in the Application Menu, to uninstall the add-in. Uninstallation of Unflip removes the button and menu item, and prevents the add-in from being installed automatically.
Q: It doesn’t work.
Make sure the.ppa file is placed in the same directory where you have Microsoft PowerPoint installed. If you don’t, you will have