Managing the Computational Environment
- Detect the processor type.To do this, call thegetCpuId()method.
- Enable dispatching for new Intel® Architecture Processors.To do this, call theenableInstructionsSet()method. For example, to select the version for Intel® Xeon Phi™ processors based on Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions 512 (Intel® AVX-512) with support of AVX512_4FMAPS and AVX512_4VNNIW instruction groups, pass theavx512_mic_e1parameter to the method.
- Restrict dispatching to the required code path.To do this, call thesetCpuId()method.
- Detect and modify the number of threads used by theIntel DAALbased application.To do this, call thegetNumberOfThreads()orsetNumberOfThreads()method, respectively.
- Specify the single-threaded of multi-threaded mode forIntel DAALon Windows.To do this, call to thesetDynamicLibraryThreadingTypeOnWindows()method.
- Enable thread pinning.To do this, call theenableThreadPinning()method. This method performs binding of the threads that are used to parallelize algorithms of the library to physical processing units for possible performance improvement. Improper use of the method can result in degradation of the application performance depending on the system (machine) topology, application, and operating system. By default, the method is disabled.
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