One of the best known C++ threading libraries Intel® Threading Building Blocks (Intel® TBB) was recently updated to a new release 4.2. The updated version contains several key new features comparing to previous release 4.1. Some of them were already released in Intel TBB 4.1 updates.
Intel® Math Kernel Library contains many different components which support several target platforms, programming languages, threading models etc. In the previous versions on MKL, users installed all of these components as there was no option to ignore the components they do not need.
In the latest version of Intel® MKL ( v.11.1 ) there is a new installation option which allows a user to select the list of components he/she will need and install only these ones.
Intel® MKL support on Intel® Xeon Phi has been extended to 64 bit versions of Microsoft* Windows from Intel MKL 11.1 versions onwards. Now, you can use MKL to take advantage of Xeon Phi coprocessors on Windows by using various Xeon Phi programming models mentioned below.
Compiling with “-mkl –static” causes a linker error on Red Hat EL 6.x while the same compilation on RHEL 5.x works correctly. Here are the commands to reproduce the problem:
Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel® IPP) provides highly optimized building block functions for image processing, signal processing, vector math and small matrix computation. Several Intel IPP domains contain the hand-tuned functions for Intel® Atom™ processor by taking advantage of Intel® Streaming SIMD Extensions (Intel® SSE) instructions. The Intel IPP static non-threaded Linux* libraries now support the Android* OS, and can be used with Android applications.
In questo articolo vedremo come risolvere un annoso problema che "attanaglia" coloro che utilizzano la dll libpxcclr.dll e il linguaggio Visual Basic .NET.
Cominciamo con l'esporre il problema: la libreria in questione, ad in particolare tipi e membri di classi in essa contenuta, hanno un approccio poco standard al mondo .NET. In sostanza esistono classi al cui interno sono definiti membri (ad esempio proprietà) e classi innestate che hanno lo stesso nome e che differiscono per una maiuscola o una minuscola.