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Joaquin Obregon Cobo

Joaquin Obregon Cobo
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MS Civil Engineer (Structural)

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Introduction
Joaquin Obregon Cobo currently works at a construction-related copany as technical director. In his spare time he does research in Mechanics, Mathematical Physics and Applied Mathematics. Their current project is 'Simetría Mecánica / Mechanical Symmetry.'
Education
September 1987 - September 1993
Universidad de Cantabria
Field of study
  • Structural Engineering

Publications

Publications (6)
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Introducción a algunos conceptos básicos sobre computación heterogénea (uso combinado de CPU y GPU). Comparación de los tiempos y modos de ejecución del mismo código secuencialmente y de forma paralela.
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Basic concepts about what your CUDA GPU. Friendly explanations with a brief historic introduction. Simple code samples to illustrate and compare CPU and GPU performances.
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Abstract from article on heterogenous computing. Key aspects on parallel/GPU computing
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Test related to Mechanical Symmetry ( constant second moment of area). It shows how and why our previous knowledge is ussually wrong. Test relacionado con la Simetría Mecánica (momento de inercia constante). Muestra cómo y por qué nuestros conocimientos previos suelen ser erróneos.
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The new concept Mechanical Symmetry deals with the constancy of the moment of inertia (second moment of area) with respect to rotation. Develops and shows the new concept in relation to the known subjects about the moment of inertia. Tables with moments of inertia and computer applications are included.
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El nuevo concepto de Simetría Mecánica se refiere a la constancia del momento de inercia (segundo momento del área) con respecto al giro. Se desarrolla y demuestra el nuevo concepto en relación con los temas ya conocidos sobre el momento de inercia. Se incluyen tablas de momentos y aplicaciones informáticas.