• 09/03/2020
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Stencil: RTM Stencil

Stencil computation is the basis for the Reverse Time Migration algorithm in seismic computing. The underlying mathematical problem is to solve the wave equation using a finite difference method. This sample computes a 3-D 25-point stencil. The computation contains 4 layer loops for each dimention and time duration. One methodology runs in straight scalar code, one using Intel® Cilk™ Plus
pragma simd
to allow the code to vectorize, one using
cilk_spawn
to include parallelization, and one with both.
 
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