Monday, August 29, 2022

JIT Compiler Dongle - The Connection HPC 2022 RS

JIT Compiler Dongle - The Connection HPC 2022 RS (c)Rupert S


JIT Compiler Dongle makes 100% Sense & since it has no problem acting like a printer! It can in fact interface with all printers & offload Tasks,

However in High Performance Computing mode of operation the USB Dongle acts as the central processor from the device side; That is to say the device such as the printer or the Display...

You can supply a full workload to the dongle & of course it will complete the task with no necessity of assistance from the computer or the device.

The JIT Compiler comes into its own one two fronts:

Compatibility between processor types.

Aiding a device in processing &or passing work to that device to run; Work that is shared & if required workloads are passed back & forth & shared,

Shared & optimised...

The final results for example are post-scripts? no problem!
The final results for example are Directly Compute Optimised Printer Jet algorithms? no problem!
The task needs to compute specifics for a DisplayPort LED Layout ? no problem!

The device is powerful so share, JIT Compiler for real offloading & task management & runtime.

Functional Processing Dongle Classification USB3.1+ & HDMI & DisplayPort (c)RS

Theory 1 Printer

Itinerary:

Printers of a good design but low manufacturing cost of ICB printed circuits have a printhead controller,

But no Postscript Processor; But they do have a print dither controller & programmable version need to interface with the CPU on the printing device,

Print controlling is a viable Dongle & also Cache but workload cache has to have a reason!

That reason here given is the JIT Dongle that is able to interface with both Web print protocol & IDF Printing firmware.

But here we have postscript input into the JIT Compiles Kernel & output in terms of Jet Vectors & line by line Bitmap HDR & head motion calculations,

We can also tick the box on Postscript offloading on functioning PostScript printers; But we prefer to offload JIT for speed & size..

Vectors & curves & lines & Cache.

Theory 2 Screen

Itinerary as of printers but also VESA & line by line screen print & VESA Vectors & DisplayPort Active displays,

Cable Active displays require the GPU to draw the screen & calculate the Line Draw!

The Dongle activates like a screen with processor & carries the screen processing out; Instead of a smartwatch or small phone that does not have a good capacity for computer lead active display enhancements.

Theory 3 Hard Drives & controller such as network cards & plugs for PCI

Adapting to Caching & processing Storage or network data throughput commands, While at the same time being functionally responsive to system command & update makes JIT Dongle stand out at the head of both speed & function...

Network cards can send offloading tasks to the PCI socket & the plug will process them.

Hard-drives can request processing & it shall be done.

Motherboard ROMs & hardware can request IO & DMA Translation & all code install is done by the OS & Bios/Firmware.

Offloading can happen from socket to Motherboard & USB Socket & URT..

All is done & adapts to Job & function in host.

The 8M Motherboard & OS verifies the dongle, licences the dongle from the user..
& runs commands! Any Chipset, Any maker & every dongle by Firmware/Bios
What the unit constitutes is a functional Task offloader for OS & Bios/Firmware.

The utility is eternal & the functions creative & secure & licensed/Certificate verified.

Any Motherboard can be improved with the right Firmware & Plugin /+ device.

(c)RS

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Example Display Chain (Can be USB/Device Also For the OpenCL Runtime; To Run or be RUN) (c)RS


How a monitor ends up with an OpenCL : CPU/GPU Run Time Process: Interpolation & Screen enhancement: The process path

Firstly we need to access the GPU & CPU OpenCL Runtime such as:

Components that we need:

https://science.n-helix.com/2022/08/jit-dongle.html

https://science.n-helix.com/2022/06/jit-compiler.html

https://science.n-helix.com/2022/10/ml.html

Firstly, we need an OpenCL Kernel : PocCL :

PoCL Source & Code
https://is.gd/LEDSource

MS-OpenCL
https://is.gd/MS_OpenCL

Crucial components:

Microsoft OpenCL APP
Microsoft basic display driver OpenCL component (CPU)

CPU/GPU OpenCL Driver
PoCL Compiled runtime to run Kernels https://is.gd/LEDSource

We need an Ethernet connection to the GPU (Direct though the HDMI, DisplayPort),
A direct connection means no PCI Bus or OS Component needed,
(But indirect GPU Loaded OpenCL Kernel loading may be required)

Or

We need an Ethernet connection to the PC or computer or console!
Then we need a Driver (this can be integral or Drive) to load the OpenCL Kernel; This can have 3 parts in the main to run it!

Microsoft OpenCL APP
Microsoft basic display driver OpenCL component (CPU)

CPU/GPU OpenCL Driver
PoCL Compiled runtime to run Kernels https://is.gd/LEDSource

The compiled Kernel itself & this can be JIT : Just In Time Compile Runtime

Rupert S

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The DPIC Protocol in use for display, robotic hardware (arms for example) & Doctor Equipment arms & surgeries, Website loading or games.


In context of load for DPIC, We simply need a page (non-displaying Or Displaying (for example Monitor Preferences)) Inside the GPU..

Can use WebJS, WebASM : WASM, OpenCL : WebGPU : WebCL : WebGPU-ComputeShaders...

RAM Ecology wise between 1MB to 128MB RAM (But should inform client in print of options); I cannot really imagine you would need more apart from complex commands (cleaning for example & robots)

Direct Displayport & HDMI Interface; With or without use of USB Protocol HUB..

Touch screen operation examples:

Can additionally Smart pick diagnostic process of operations or equipment placement & screw & nut & bolting operations & welding or cutting!

For example, the DPIC Protocol can interface & runtime check Operations, Rotations, Motions & activations in well managed automatons; While directly interfacing the ARM/X64/RISC Processor tools & where necessary optimise memory & instruction ASM Runtime Kernel.

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How does PTP Donation Compute work in business then:

Main JS Worker cache (couple of MB)

{ main . js }

{

{ Priority Static JS Files }

{ Priority Static Emotes & smilies (tiny) }

{ Priority Application JS & Static tiny lushi images (tiny) }

}
{

{ Work order sort task }

{ Sub tasks group }

{Compute Worker Thread }

}

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(c)Rupert S

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Technology Demonstration https://is.gd/DongleTecDemo

Combining JIT PoCL with SiMD & Vector instruction optimisation we create a standard model of literally frame printed vectors :

VecSR that directly draws a frame to our display's highest floating point math & vector processor instructions; lowering data costs in visual presentation & printing.

(documents) JIT & OpenCL & Codec : https://is.gd/DisplaySourceCode

Include vector today *important* RS https://vesa.org/vesa-display-compression-codecs/

https://science.n-helix.com/2022/06/jit-compiler.html

https://science.n-helix.com/2022/08/jit-dongle.html

Bus Tec : https://drive.google.com/file/d/1M2ie8Jf_bNJaySNQZ5mqM1fD9SAUOQud/view?usp=sharing

https://science.n-helix.com/2022/04/vecsr.html

https://science.n-helix.com/2016/04/3d-desktop-virtualization.html

https://science.n-helix.com/2019/06/vulkan-stack.html

https://science.n-helix.com/2019/06/kernel.html

https://science.n-helix.com/2022/03/fsr-focal-length.html

https://science.n-helix.com/2018/01/integer-floats-with-remainder-theory.html

https://science.n-helix.com/2022/08/simd.html

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Good stuff for all networks nation wide, the software is certificate signed & verified
When it comes to pure security, We are grateful https://is.gd/SecurityHSM https://is.gd/WebPKI
TLS Optimised https://drive.google.com/file/d/10XL19eGjxdCGj0tK8MULKlgWhHa9_5v9/view?usp=share_link
Ethernet Security https://drive.google.com/file/d/18LNDcRSbqN7ubEzaO0pCsWaJHX68xCxf/view?usp=share_link

These are the addresses directly of some good ones; DNS & NTP & PTP 2600:c05:3010:50:47::1 2607:fca8:b000:1::3 2607:fca8:b000:1::4 2a06:98c1:54::c12b 142.202.190.19 172.64.36.1 172.64.36.2 38.17.55.196 38.17.55.111

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