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  1. In Topic: JSON Dictionary and GPU calculations for Graphics Card

    Posted 18 Dec 2013

    http://s1.downloadmi...169/1398505.pdf

    We can close this discussion, I have found what I have been looking for,

    THANK YOU AGAIN FOR YOUR REPLYS
  2. In Topic: JSON Dictionary and GPU calculations for Graphics Card

    Posted 18 Dec 2013

    View Posthcri50, on 18 December 2013 - 06:35 PM, said:

    View PostBetaWar, on 18 December 2013 - 03:29 PM, said:

    What type of database are they using? If it is a custom database, what types of calculations are they needing to do (integer or floating point)?

    Also, what is the significance of JSON in this problem... are they storing their data in JSON? Is the database a JSON one? Are they attempting to parse JSON through the graphics card?

    The more information you can give us the easier it will be to help, and the higher the quality of answer will be.

    The calculations are floating point

    Sadly, I do not have my hands on the program, he is working on commenting his code. ;-(
    Who ever is going to be taking over the program, he will be taking on a mess.

    All I can do at this time, is giving him a machine that he will be able to work on. So that he can tackle the bottle neck

    THANK YOU FOR NOT SCOLDING ME, for I have taking this topic slightly off course. But I hope you can understand my issue

    robert


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  3. In Topic: JSON Dictionary and GPU calculations for Graphics Card

    Posted 18 Dec 2013

    View PostBetaWar, on 18 December 2013 - 03:29 PM, said:

    What type of database are they using? If it is a custom database, what types of calculations are they needing to do (integer or floating point)?

    Also, what is the significance of JSON in this problem... are they storing their data in JSON? Is the database a JSON one? Are they attempting to parse JSON through the graphics card?

    The more information you can give us the easier it will be to help, and the higher the quality of answer will be.

    The calculations are floating point

    Sadly, I do not have my hands on the program, he is working on commenting his code. ;-(
    Who ever is going to be taking over the program, he will be taking on a mess.

    All I can do at this time, is giving him a machine that he will be able to work on. So that he can tackle the bottle neck

    THANK YOU FOR NOT SCOLDING ME, for I have taking this topic slightly off course. But I hope you can understand my issue

    robert
  4. In Topic: JSON Dictionary and GPU calculations for Graphics Card

    Posted 18 Dec 2013

    View Postmodi123_1, on 18 December 2013 - 03:22 PM, said:

    I am not certain why this is in C# - moving to hardware.


    I am a Force.com developer, Rails, iOS and not a C# developer.
    One of my friends has just spent two years of development and the program was created in C#.
    He has serious Speed issues, All I am trying to do is upgrade his Server and and at the same time, I would like to beef up the server so that who ever takes over the program, he will be able to have the hardware to develop on.

    I am seeking a C# developer who understands serious database number crunching. I know nothing about C#, it is an excellent language for what it is designed for.
    There should be a programmer who understands taking advantage of GPU calculations with a Beef up graphics card. There are different graphic cards and I am seeking someone with that kind of knowledge.

    View PostBetaWar, on 18 December 2013 - 03:29 PM, said:

    What type of database are they using? If it is a custom database, what types of calculations are they needing to do (integer or floating point)?

    Also, what is the significance of JSON in this problem... are they storing their data in JSON? Is the database a JSON one? Are they attempting to parse JSON through the graphics card?

    The more information you can give us the easier it will be to help, and the higher the quality of answer will be.

    He is using Microsoft SQL.

    The good thing that he has done was to keep it very Microsoft Specific ;-)

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