This special-purpose annotation marks a line that updates an expression that is inductive in a loop.
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Inductive expressions cause dependence cycles which normally prevent parallelizing a loop, but it is possible to compute the value of the expression if you know the iteration number. You may have to re-write the inductive expression to compute the value based on the iteration number when the loop is translated to parallel code.
For example, if i++ is the iteration variable of your loop, the parallel framework that you use may automatically fix this for you. For example, by using cilk_for. Otherwise, you may need to fix it manually. A common example is with j+=3, and i++. If i is your loop index (assuming 0 based), you can replace j+=3 with j = i*3. That is, the value of j actually is a function of the value of i.
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