It would be cool to create map of contestants and even get in touch with collegues. So we can submit some of our basic info like country, faculty, field of interest? For me Croatia University of Zagreb, Department of Mathematics Field of interest: Parallel algorithms, MPI/openMP, virtual reality, assistive technology
When we ensured that memory was correctly freed in our program we degraded our performances. I realize it is necessary for a program to free memory, but will Intel check that programs do that correctly? My concern is that I would not appreciate my code to be beaten by a program that does not free memory.
I wante to have an idea about the thread count and the number of input sequences
"More input-output files will be posted on the contest page later to help
you test your code."
Are there more than one input-output file examples available?
If yes, where can I find them?
Thank you in advance.
I try to use theintel inspector xe on ubuntu 10.10 and ubuntu 12.04 but it don't works.
i have this error code when i try an analysis:
Used suppression file(s): 
Error: Cannot find knob stack-deph. Use -knob-list to see available knobs. Do you have any problem to use it with theses OS?
I'm probably missing something, as i can't get the code to compile if i submit a *.zip file. In my code i need an up do date version of g++ or icpc to support SSE, and maybe that is the problem. I am using something like : $(ICC_PATH)icpc -msse4.2 -O3 code.cpp -o run I have tried both the default makefile and my makefile. Adding "source /opt/intel/bin/compilervars.sh intel64" also doesn't help... PS : Code compiles well with icpc and g++ local on my machine Thank you in advance
Is it really necessary that output of our program is exact match to given output.txt file? In our case because second test case is shorter that task is executed faster than the first one so we get that second test case is written first on the console window.
Hello there, I know it is a little bit late for that but I'll begin working on this project and I would like to have some one to recommened any useful papers about pipelining Can you help me Thanks in Advance
Hi, Mi question concerns the format of input files. I remarked that, in sequence descriptions, lines contain at most 70 characters, will it always be the case? Thanks, Jrmie Decouchant.
I didn't find any guidelines to state how to add the openMP libraries to your makefile, so here it is:
Add the openMP libraries to theLDLIBS in your makefile as follows: LDLIBS = -fopenmp Also,don't forget to put your TeamID in the variable called "TEAM_ID" in your makefile. And also remember to put the makefile at the root in your zip file, with two folders, src folder [containing your source.cpp file], and obj folder.