03-Nov-2008
8:35 AM PST
size of long integer type on different architecture and OS
By Posted 11/03/20082
The Intel Compiler treats the size of a "long" integer as 4 bytes or 8 bytes depending on the architecture and operating system, affecting portability. The size of a "long long" integer is always 8 bytes. The size of a "long double" may also vary.
31-Oct-2008
3:19 PM PDT
Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS): An Architecture and Deployment Overview
By Chetan Hiremath (Intel)Posted 10/31/20080
by Chetan Hiremath and Tisson Mathew Abstract Some of the Internet's inherent limitations are addressed by a next-generation technology for packet forwarding through routed networks. Introduction Today's data, voice, and other delay-sensitive Internet traffic requires multiple levels of Quality o...
31-Oct-2008
10:55 AM PDT
Web Services Applications Embrace Heterogeneity
By Enrique Castro-leon (Intel)Posted 10/31/20080
Introduction The new breed of applications removes human-oriented inefficiencies from communications among computers.by Enrique Castro-Leon, Intel CorporationWeb services enable computers to interact autonomously through the Web, without the need for a human to interact with a browser.This capaci...
31-Oct-2008
10:55 AM PDT
Web Services Spur the Evolution of Distributed Computing Systems
By Enrique Castro-leon (Intel)Posted 10/31/20080
Introduction Developers and users benefit from growing flexibility and efficiency as Web services quietly go about their business.In an historical context, Web services represent an evolutionary development of the original, browser-based Web that started in the early 90s. The original Web assumes...
31-Oct-2008
10:38 AM PDT
Modeling in the Service Oriented Architecture
By Posted 10/31/20080
by Roger Smith Introduction By associating a specification with core Web service elements, Design by Contract gives developers the ability at the design phase of development to reduce conceptual flaws and promote a better understanding of work scope, something that will be especially important in...
31-Oct-2008
10:34 AM PDT
Evaluating Heterogeneous Multitasking Workloads
By George Chaltas (Intel)Posted 10/31/20080
by George Chaltas Overview Modern computer systems generally have effective multitasking operating systems, allowing the concurrent execution of multiple threads or processes. Systems with multiple processors or with Hyper-Threading Technology (HT technology) capability are able to execute multip...
30-Oct-2008
3:55 PM PDT
Motion Estimation with Intel® Streaming SIMD Extensions 4 (Intel® SSE4)
By Kiefer Kuah (Intel)Posted 10/30/200811
by Kiefer KuahApril 2007Intel Software Solutions Group Abstract Intel® SSE4 is a new set of Single Instruction Multiple Data (SIMD) instructions that will be introduced in the 45nm Next Generation Intel® Core™2 processor family (Penryn) and improve the performance and energy efficiency of a broad...
28-Oct-2008
3:06 PM PDT
Peter Trifonov (bugman) wins Intel Threading Challenge
By Posted 10/28/20081
Congratulation to Dr. Peter V. Trifonov (bugman) for winning the Intel Threading Challenge. Peter was born in Saint-Petersburg, USSR in 1980.  He graduated from St.Petersburg State Polytechnic University in 2003, and Received his PhD in Computer Science and Telecommunications from the same Unive...
28-Oct-2008
3:00 PM PDT
Intel® C++ Compiler for Mac OS* X- Selecting the Intel® Compiler in XCode IDE
By Posted 10/28/20080
GCC* is the default Xcode* compiler for C, C++, and Objective-C. To use the Intel® C++ Compiler for C or C++ in Xcode, do the following: Highlight the target you want to change in the Groups & Files list under the Target group. Choose Get Info from the File menu or click the Info button in ...
28-Oct-2008
12:09 PM PDT
32 OpenMP traps for C++ developers
By Andrey KarpovPosted 10/28/20084
The article contains description of a number of errors, which lead to incorrect behavior of parallel programs created with OpenMP.

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