Intel(R) Threading Building Blocks 4.0 is now available on the MTL

Intel(R) Threading Building Blocks 4.0 is now available on the MTL

Improvements:

- concurrent_priority_queue is now a supported feature. Capacity control methods were removed.

- Flow graph is now a supported feature of TBB, rather than being a community preview feature.

- A new memory backend has been implemented in the TBB allocator. It can return small memory blocks to the OS and thus later reuse that memory for large object allocation.

- Improved partitioning algorithms for parallel_for and parallel_reduce to better handle load imbalance.

- The convex_hull example has been refactored to produce reproducible performance results.

- The Major Interface version has changed from 5 to 6. Deprecated interfaces might be removed in future releases.

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Thanks Mike!
Actually these are improvements comparing to Intel TBB 3.0 update 8.Full list of changes can be found in Product Brief or on TBB home page--Vladimir

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