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Intel® Threading Building Blocks (Intel® TBB) 3.0 Update 5 introduced the graph API as a Community Preview feature. After several months of evaluation by development teams across media, gaming, financial services, and technical computing segments the graph is now being introduced as a fully ...
Posted May 26th 20111
This article describes the hybrid push-pull protocol used by Intel® Threading Building Blocks graph Feature
Using the Intel® Threading Building Blocks Graph Community Preview Feature: An Implementation of Dining Philosophers.
Posted January 10th 20115
Using the Intel® Threading Building Blocks Graph Community Preview Feature: Creating a Simple Message Graph.
Posted January 3rd 20110
Using the Intel® Threading Building Blocks Graph Community Preview Feature: Creating a Simple Dependency Graph.
Posted December 27th 20100
Intel® Threading Building Blocks Version 3.0 Update 5 Introduces Graph as a Community Preview Feature.
Posted December 23rd 20103
There are some applications that, even on systems with shared memory, are best organized as computations that explicitly pass messages. These messages may contain data or simply act as signals that a computation has completed. The new class graph and its associated nodes can be used to express ...
Posted June 24th 20085
In this series of postings, I discuss two common sorting algorithms, mergesort and quicksort, and highlight some of the interesting issues that arise when creating parallel implementations using TBB. In all cases we’ll assume that, like STL’s std::sort, the input to the sort is a pair of ...