This white paper describes how Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel® IPP) can provide the building blocks to develop the Microsoft* Real Time Audio (MSRTA) codec on the latest Intel® microarchitecture, code name Sandy Bridge.
Wiener filtering (also known as Least Mean Square filtering) is a technique for removing unwanted noise from an image. This article discusses Wiener filtering, and includes an example of code that has been optimized using Intel® AVX
SONAR* is Cakewalk's technology-leading digital audio workstation and runs natively on Intel® Core™ platforms. SONAR's processing of audio buffers for mixing and DSP as well as various data and bit depth conversions was updated to use Intel® AVX.
This article helps developers ensure their C/C++ code with intrinsics produces the optimal assembly and shows how to spot unnecessary register spilling.
The introduction of the 2nd generation Intel® Core™ processor includes Intel® Advanced Vector Extension (Intel® AVX). Intel AVX is a new 256-bit instruction set extension to Intel® SSE. This article describes a simple methodology to utilize Intel AVX.
Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions (Intel® AVX) is a set of instructions for doing SIMD operations on Intel® architecture CPUs. These instructions extend previous SIMD offerings (MMX™ and Intel® SSE). This paper provides an AVX instruction set overview.
This article shows how to use 256-bit Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions (Intel® AVX) to normalize an array of 3D vectors. We describe a shuffle approach to convert between AOS & SOA on-the-fly in order to make data ready for up to 8-wide SIMD processing.