This document provides a general summary of new features and important notes about the Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel® IPP) library software product.
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What's New in Intel® IPP 9.0 Update 4
Mitigated a potential vulnerability in the IPP Crypto RSA implementation. See public security advisory INTEL-SA-00060 at http://www.intel.com/security for more information.
Fixed a number of internal and external defects. Visit the Intel® IPP 9.0 bug fixes for more information.
What's New in Intel® IPP 9.0 Update 3
Improved zlib decompression performance for small data for Intel® 64 architectures.
Fixed a number of internal and external defects, including the memory corruption problem on ippiSet_16u_C1R functions.
What's New in Intel® IPP 9.0 Update 2
- Added the contiguous volume format (C1V) support to the following 3D data processing functions: ipprWarpAffine, ipprRemap, and ipprFilter.
- Added the ippiFilterBorderSetMode function to support high accuracy rounding mode in ippiFilterBorder.
- Added the ippiCopyMirrorBorder function for copying the image values by adding the mirror border pixels.
- Added mirror border support to the following filtering functions: ippiFilterBilateral, ippiFilterBoxBorder, ippiFilterBorder, ippiFilterSobel, and ippiFilterScharr.
- Kernel coefficients in the ippiFilterBorder image filtering functions are used in direct order, which is different from the ippiFilter functions in the previous releases.
- Added 32-bit floating point input data support to the ippiSegmentWatershed function.
- Added mirror border support to the following filtering functions: ippiFilterGaussianBorder, ippiFilterLaplacianBorder, ippiMinEigenVal, ippiHarrisCorner, ippiPyramidLayerDown, and ippiPyramidLayerUp.
- Added the ippsThreshold_LTAbsVal function, which uses the vector absolute value.
- Added the ippsIIRIIR64f functions to perform zero-phase digital IIR filtering.
The multi-threaded libraries only depend on the Intel® OpenMP* libraries; their dependencies on the other Intel® Compiler runtime libraries were removed.
Fixed a number of internal and external defects.
What's New in Intel® IPP 9.0 Update 1
Enabled stack protection to enhance security of the Intel® IPP functions at Linux*. To link with Intel® IPP libraries, glibc version 2.4 or higher is now required.
Added the following new functions in the Signal Processing, Color Conversion and Cryptography domains:
The in-place functions on normalizing the elements of a vector: ippsNormalize.
The functions on computing the minimum or maximum absolute value of a vector: ippsMinAbs and ippsMaxAbs.
The functions on BGR to YCbCr420 color format conversion: ippiBGRToYCbCr420.
The functions on pseudorandom number generation optimized by the Intel RDRAND instruction.
Optimized the following functions on Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions 2 (Intel® AVX2) both for Intel® 64 and IA-32 Architectures:
Signal Processing: ippsSumLn, ippsNormalize, ippsMinAbs, and ippsMaxAbs.
Image Processing: ippiConvert_32s16s, ippiHOG_16s32f_C1R, and ippiSwapChannels_32s_C3C4R.
Color Conversion: ippiColorToGray and YCbCr to RGB/BGR conversion functions.
Improved the LZO decompression function ippsDecodeLZO performance for Intel® Quark™ processors.
Fixed the position-independent code (PIC) problem in the Linux* dynamic libraries. The share libraries now provide the full PIC symbols.
What's New in Intel® IPP 9.0
Extended optimization for Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions 512 (Intel® AVX-512) instruction set in the Computer Vision and Image Processing functions.
Extended optimization for Intel® Atom™ processors in the Computer Vision and Image Processing functions.
Added optimization for Intel® Quark™ processors to the Cryptography and Data Compression functions.
Introduced the new Cryptography functions for SM2/SM3/SM4 algorithms.
Added a custom dynamic library building tool, which enables users to build the dynamic library containing the selected Intel® IPP functions.
Added the new APIs to support external threading.
Improved the CPU dispatcher by using target processor features instead of processor types. The static linkage does not require to explicitly call the processor initialization function now.
Provided the new native libraries for 64-bit Android* applications, and replaced the old ones from the Linux* binary.
Removed internal memory allocation in the single-threaded libraries.
The single-threaded libraries removed the dependency on the Intel® Compiler runtime libraries. The multi-threaded libraries only depends on the Intel® OpenMP* libraries.
Image Processing domain changes:
New implementation of perspective warping functions.
New image filtering functions with border support: ippiFilterMedianBorder, ippiFilterMaxBorder, ippiFilterMinBorder, ippiFilterLaplaceBorder, ippiFilterHipassBorder, ippiFilterSharpenBorder.
New implementation of image rotation functionality with the ippiGetRotateTransform and ippiWarpAffine APIs.
3D data processing functions are now available in the image processing domain.
Some Intel IPP domains and functions are now legacy:
The following Intel® IPP domains are legacy, and they are removed from the main packages: Audio Coding (ippAC), Video Coding (ippVC), Speech Coding (ippSC), Image Compression (ippJP), Data Integrity (ippDI), Generated Transforms (ippGEN), Small Matrices (ippMX), and Realistic Rendering (ippRR). That means these domains won't be optimized for new architectures (the latest optimizations are targeted for Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions 2) and any newly detected performance and stability issues won't be fixed. Find the alternative suggestion for the deprecated functions.
Some Intel IPP functions, including the functions for internal memory allocation, are deprecated in the main package. See the alternatives for the deprecated functions.
Fixed a number of internal and external defects.
Minimum RAM: 1 GB
Recommended RAM: 4 GB
Depending on the software distribution that you received Intel IPP with, the following processor types may be supported:
Intel® Xeon Phi™ processors
Intel® Atom™ processors
Intel® Core™ processors (4th generation or higher recommended)
Intel® Quark™ processors
HW system requirements: processor capable of executing Intel® Streaming SIMD Extensions 2 (Intel® SSE2) or newer instruction sets
- Intel® C++ Compiler versions supported: 15.0 and above
Microsoft* Windows* OS:
Windows 7*, Windows 8*, Windows 8.1*, Windows 10*,Windows Embedded 7*, Windows Embedded 8*, Windows Server*
Microsoft* Visual Studio* 2010, 2012, 2013, 2015
Required free disk space: 1 GB (for a 32- or 64-bit install. For both 2.1 GB are required)
Linux* OS distributions:
Red Hat* Enterprise Linux* 6 and 7
Fedora* 20, and 21
SUSE* Linux* Enterprise Server (SLES) 11 and 12
Ubuntu* 12.04, 13.04, and 14.04 LTS
Wind River* Linux* 6, and 7
Yocto Project* 1.5, 1.6, and 1.7
Glibc version: 2.4 or higher
Required free disk space: 1.4 GB (for a 32 -or- 64 bit install. For both 2.8 GB are required)
Required free disk space: 1.3 GB (for a 32- or 64-bit install. For both 2.6 GB are required)
XCode 6.x, XCode 7.x
Android* 4.4 and 5.0
Though Intel® IPP threaded libraries are not installed by default, these threaded libraries are available by the custom installation, so the code written with these libraries will still work as before. However, the multi-threaded libraries are deprecated and moving to external threading is recommended. Your feedback on this is welcome.
Known Intel® IPP 9.0 Update 3 Issues and Limitations
Documentation viewing issue with Microsoft Internet Explorer* 10 and Windows Server* 2012: If on Windows Server* 2012 you find that you cannot display help or documentation from within Internet Explorer 10, modifying a security setting for Microsoft Internet Explorer* usually corrects the problem. From Tools > Internet Options > Security, add “about:internet” to the list of trusted sites. Optionally, you can remove “about:internet” from the list of trusted sites after you are finished viewing the documentation.
Context-sensitive (F1) Help issue with Microsoft Edge*: If Microsoft Edge* is set as the default browser for Microsoft* Visual Studio*, context-sensitive (also known as F1) calls to a specific function/feature will open the title page of the corresponding document instead of the topic related to the function/feature description. Allow correct behavior by changing Microsoft* Visual Studio* settings to use a different default browser.
Cryptography for Intel® IPP is a Separate Download
Cryptography for Intel® IPP is a separate installation package that contains the binaries and header files needed to utilize the functions contained in the Intel IPP cryptography domain. It is an add-on to the Intel IPP library and, therefore, requires that the core Intel IPP already be installed on your system. You must first install an Intel® development product that includes Intel IPP and then request access to the Cryptography library. To obtain Cryptography for Intel IPP, which is distributed separately from the main Intel IPP, please review this knowledge base article: Where do I download the Intel® IPP Cryptography libraries?
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