New Issue of The Parallel Universe is Here: Tuning Autonomous Driving Using Intel® System Studio

By Sally Sams,

Published:07/19/2017   Last Updated:07/19/2017

Everything old is new again, and that’s just fine with us.

We hope you’ll agree after you read the latest issue of The Parallel Universe, Intel’s quarterly magazine for developers. In this issue, we take a fresh look at what’s come before (OpenMP, MySQL*, Intel® C++ Compiler, vectorization) while looking ahead (autonomous driving applications, edge-to-cloud data compression, the latest programming languages).

Download it and see what’s possible with leading-edge HPC products and practices.

  • Conducting hotspot analysis for autonomous driving applications
  • What’s so unique about programming language Julia* and why its use doubles every year
  • How vectorization saves the day for an open source application used for large-scale, 3-D simulations.
  • Plus lots more

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