Composable Kernel User Guide#

The Composable Kernel (CK) library provides a programming model for writing performance critical kernels for machine learning workloads across multiple architectures including GPUs and CPUs, through general purpose kernel languages like HIP C++. This document contains instructions for installing, using, and contributing to the Composable Kernel project. To learn more see What is the Composable Kernel library.

The CK documentation is structured as follows:

To contribute to the documentation refer to Contributing to ROCm.

You can find licensing information on the Licensing page.