Grinnell GPU K-Selection is a suite of CUDA implementations for solving a k-selection problem on a graphics processing unit. The original contributions in the software are two algorithms, bucketSelect and radixSelect, a testing suite for comparing k-selection algorithms, and implementations of other k-selection algorithms from other authors. This software package was used in the experimental portion of paper: Fast K-selection Algorithms for Graphics Processing Units.
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- Alabi, Tolu; Blanchard, Jeffrey D.; Gordon, Bradley; Steinbach, Russel: Fast (k)-selection algorithms for graphics processing units (2012)