Parallel Universe Magazine - Special Issue, June 2016

Submitted: June 01, 2016 Last updated: June 01, 2016
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  • Letter from the Editor: From Hatching to Soaring: Intel® TBB, by James Reinders
    James Reinders, an expert on parallel programming, is coauthor of the new Intel® Xeon Phi™ Processor High Performance Programming – Knights Landing Edition (June 2016), and coeditor of the recent High Performance Parallel Programming Pearls Volumes One and Two (2014 and 2015).
  • The Genesis and Evolution of Intel® Threading Building Blocks, by Arch D. Robison
    A decade after the introduction of Intel Threading Building Blocks, the original architect shares his perspective.
  • A Tale of Two High-Performance Libraries, by Vipin Kumar E.K.
    How Intel® Math Kernel Library and Intel® Threading Building Blocks work together to improve performance.
  • Heterogeneous Programming with Intel® Threading Building Blocks, by Alexei Katranov, Oleg Loginov, and Michael Voss
    With new features, Intel® Threading Building Blocks can coordinate the execution of computations across multiple devices.
  • Preparing for a Many-Core Future, by Kevin O’Leary, Ben Langmead, John O’Neill, and Alexey Kukanov
    Johns Hopkins University adds multicore parallelism to increase performance of its Bowtie 2* application.
  • Leading and Following the C++ Standard, by Alexei Katranov
    Intel® Threading Building Blocks adheres tightly to the C++ standard where it can—and paves the way for supporting parallelism best.
  • Intel® Threading Building Blocks: Toward the Future, by Alexey Kukanov
    The architect of Intel® Threading Building Blocks shares thoughts on the opportunities ahead.

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