I wanted to do pdf to html conversions in GPU.
In case of integrated graphics cards, it is not having its own RAM. So in those cases, transfer overhead will never be there. So in case of pdf to html conversion, parallel processing and size of file are considerations. Size of file will never be too large. Even though transfer overhead may be a problem if we use dedicated cards. If we use integrated cards, this problem wont be there.
Considering Parallel processing, I think, parallelization could be achieved page-wise. Will it work?
Is there any parallel or GPU implementations for pdf to html conversions? (Till now I could not find any one)
I have already posted in https://stackoverflow.com/questions/36199864/how-to-parallelize-pdf-to-html-conversion-on-gpu
The post depicts, it is not feasible. But I am not clear why is it not feasible. We can parallelize page-wise. Why cant we do this?
Why cant we do this conversion in GPU?
Is there any white papers published by NVIDIA regarding this? (I did not find even one)
Any ideas at this time will be very useful
Thanks in advance