Last year, I wrote a blog about creating your own simple collision detection code. I implemented this for a children's math game I created. You can refer to my blog here:
So exactly which power states exist on the Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor? What happens in each of the power states? Inquiring minds want to know. And since you are, no doubt, aggressively involved in high performance computing (HPC), I am sure you want to know also.
Hi, my name is Taylor Kidd. You many know me from such notables as, “The Beginning Intel® Xeon Phi™ Coprocessor Workshop,” and, “The Advanced Intel® Xeon Phi™ Coprocessor Workshop,” where I mesmerized audiences with over 10 hours of highly technical information.
Recently we posted the “Windows* 8 Tutorial: Writing a Multithreaded Application for the Windows Store* using Intel® Threading Building Blocks”. There we stated that the parallel calculation engine can be ported easily to other mobile or desktop platforms. Android is a good example of such a mobile platform.
Intel® System Studio 2013 is the name for the Intel’s new embedded software tool suite. This tool suite includes Intel® VTune Amplifier 2013 for Systems. This article will explain the steps you need to follow to run the new remote power collectors in VTune Amplifier 2013 for Systems on an embedded platform.