In this 4-part video of a highly technical December 10, 2013 webinar, Intel Perceptual Computing SDK Architect, Xintian Wu shares his knowledge on best practices for tweaking your applications to be compatible with the upcoming Intel® RealSense™ SDK and the Intel® RealSense™ 3D Cameras that will soon be shipping on Ultrabook™ devices, ensuring you are taking advantage of the enormous Intel® RealSense™ Technology opportunity to reach consumers with your application.
This article describes the new features in the Intel® Math Kernel Library Sparse Matrix Vector Multiply Format Prototype Package (Intel® MKL SpMV Format Prototype Package) for use on the Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor. The package includes a new two-stage API for select SpMV operations as well as support for the ELLPACK Sparse Block (ESB) format.
The purpose of this article is to show how we can easily integrate VTune™ Amplifier into Eclipse* by using the External tool configuration capability in Eclipse. We will create several Eclipse external tool configurations for both launching collections and displaying collected data.
These are are the tool configurations we will be creating:
The source code for this sample can be found here: https://github.com/gomobile/sample-html5-support-test or download the Intel® App Preview Android, iOS or Windows Phone app to check out all the samples.
Autotools and Intel® Xeon Phi™ Coprocessor [PDF 462KB]
One of the strengths of the Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor is the ability to build existing software to run on the Intel® Many Integrated Core (Intel® MIC) hardware with a minimum of change (in most cases, no changes to the code itself are necessary). The same cannot always be said, however, for the build systems used to compile existing software packages.
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.
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.