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Task-Parallel Programming Model Hints

Task-parallel programming model is the general-purpose that enables you to express parallelism by enqueuing multiple tasks. You can apply this model in the following scenarios:
  • Performing different tasks concurrently by multiple threads. If you use this scenario, choose sufficient granularity of the tasks to enable optimal load balancing.
  • Adding an extra queue (beside conventional data-parallel pipeline) for tasks that occur less frequently and in asynchronous manner, for example, some scheduled events.
If your tasks are independent, consider using out-of-order queue.

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