This article will help you determine the scalability of your application. Using this information you can determine the maximum potential speed up of your application based on the number of cores you have available on your system.
Intel C++ Compiler 14.0 which from Intel System Studio 2014 Beta now provides compatible sysroot support as gcc compiler. With the new features supported in the Intel C++ compiler 14.0, we can use the option --sysroot and the option -gnu-prefix to cross compile the applications for embedded linux target.
1.1.1 Supported Host Platforms
One of the following Linux distributions (this is the list of distributions supported by all components; other distributions may or may not work and are not recommended - please refer to Technical Support if you have questions).
In most cases Intel® System Studio for Linux* will install and work on a standard Linux* OS distribution based on current Linux* kernel versions without problems, even if they are not listed below. You will however receive a warning during installation for Linux* distributions that are not listed
This article was taken from a blog posting on IDZ by Leigh Davies at Intel Corp, highlighting work and results completed by Leigh and his colleague Filip Strugar in the new AA technique being referred to as Conservative Morphological Anti-Aliasing. Below is the content of the blog along with the available code project download for your examination
Intel® Advisor XE 2013
Intel® Advisor XE 2013 guides developers to add parallelism to their existing C/C++, Fortran, or C# programs.
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