This page documents specific tips and the best known methods of using the Intel® Math Kernel Library on the Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor. For general performance improvement recommendations of using Intel® Math Kernel Library, please see the related topics in the Intel® Math Kernel Library User's Guide.
Related documentation: Using Intel® Math Kernel Library on the Intel® Xeon Phi™ Coprocessors.
Sample Project: CPU Features Check(ZIP 1MB)
To squeeze the most performance out of the native part of your application, it could be important to distinguish between different CPU architectures. The separation makes sense for the compiler parameters and for certain parts of the source code, like for optimized assembly instructions.
Pointer Checker to debug buffer overruns and dangling pointers
How to use Intel® VTune™ Amplifier XE 2013 on Tool suite code-named Emberson
Emberson is the code name for the Intel’s new embedded software tool suite. This tool suite includes Intel® VTune Amplifier XE 2013. This article will explain the steps you need to follow to run VTune Amplifier XE 2013 on an embedded platform.
With the New VTuneTM Amplifier XE 2013, we have introduced the new Task API feature, Which would be helpful in Visualizing and label the User defined tasks.
A task is a logical unit of the work performed by one or multiple threads. We can use Task API’s to assign tasks to threads.
These are some of the Task API’s that are used to visualize the User tasks.
Emberson is the code name for the new embedded software tool suite. This tool suite includes Intel® Inspector XE 2013. This article will explain the steps you need to follow to run Inspector XE 2013 on an embedded platform.
Intel® Inspector XE has always provided suppression functionality, but with the introduction of the Inspector XE 2013 product, there are more powerful ways to control how your suppressions are matched to found issues and how your suppressions are stored and maintained.