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Code Sample: ISO2DFD Finite Difference Stencil Kernel - Data Parallel C++ (DPC++)

Last updated: January 8, 2020

Use this finite difference stencil kernel for solving the 2D acoustic isotropic wave equation.

Code Sample: ISO3DFD Finite Difference Stencil Kernel - OpenMP*

Last updated: January 6, 2020

This code sample demonstrates a finite difference stencil kernel for solving 3D acoustic isotropic wave equation. It can be used as a proxy for propogating a seismic wave. This sample is implemented using OpenMP*.

Code Sample: Particle Diffusion

Last updated: January 6, 2020

This code sample implements a simple example of a Monte Carlo simulation of the diffusion of water molecules in tissue. This kind of computational experiment can be used to simulate acquisition of a diffusion signal for dMRI.

Code Sample: ISO3DFD Finite Difference Stencil Kernel - OpenMP*

Last updated: November 13, 2019

This code sample demonstrates a finite difference stencil kernel for solving 3D acoustic isotropic wave equation. It can be used as a proxy for propogating a seismic wave. This sample is implemented using OpenMP*.

Code Sample: Mandelbrot

Last updated: November 13, 2019

This code sample contains all complex numbers c such that z(n + 1) = z(n)^2 + c remains bounded and does not diverge. n starts from 0 and the generated plot is unique for every n.

Code Sample: Matrix Multiplication with CPUs and GPUs

Last updated: November 13, 2019

Learn how to perform a matrix multiplication using Data Parallel C++ (DPC++), OpenMP*, or Intel® oneAPI Math Kernel Library.

Code Sample: ISO3DFD Finite Difference Stencil Kernel - Data Parallel C++ (DPC++)

Last updated: November 13, 2019

This code sample demonstrates how to use a finite difference stencil kernel to solve a 3D acoustic isotropic wave equation. It can be used as a proxy for propogating a seismic wave. This sample is implemented using DPC++.

Code Sample: N-Body Simulation

Last updated: November 13, 2019

Get a demonstration for applying Data Parallel C++ (DPC++) to a simulation of many particles that gravitationally or electrostatically interact with each other.