This is a set of labs we taught during past workshops, intended to cover more advanced concepts. These are written so that you should be able to guide yourself. The labs are available are both in C/C++ and Fortran.
Before you attempt to run these labs, make sure your environment is properly set up.
Code Samples (C/C++ and Fortran)
|Debugging||C/C++ Fortran||Name: debugging-lab-*.tar.gz|
|Memory||C/C++ Fortran||Name: memory-lab-*.tar.gz|
|Intel® Math Kernel Library (MKL)||C/C++ Fortran||Name: intel-mkl-mic-lab-*.tar.gz|
|Intel® MPI Library||C/C++ Fortran||Name: intel-mpi-lab-*.tar.gz|
|Tuning||C/C++ Fortran||Name: tuning-lab-*.tar.gz|
|Vectorization||C/C++ Fortran||Name: vectorization-lab-*.tar.gz|
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