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N-Body Simulation Project at Cal Poly

The goal of the N-Body problem is to predict the motion of a set of n objects interacting with each other by some force, e.g. the gravitational force. N-Body simulations have been used in particles simulation such as astrophysical and molecular dynamics simulations. There are a number of approaches for solving the N-Body problem, such as the Barnes-Hut algorithm, the Fast Multipole method, the...
Authored by Nguyen, Loc Q (Intel) Last updated on 03/21/2019 - 12:08
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Classical Molecular Dynamics Simulations with LAMMPS Optimized for Knights Landing

LAMMPS is an open-source software package that simulates classical molecular dynamics. As it supports many energy models and simulation options, its versatility has made it a popular choice. It was first developed at Sandia National Laboratories to use large-scale parallel computation.
Authored by WILLIAM B. (Intel) Last updated on 03/21/2019 - 12:00
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Celebrating a Decade of Parallel Programming with Intel® Threading Building Blocks (Intel® TBB)

This year marks the tenth anniversary of Intel® Threading Building Blocks (Intel® TBB).

Authored by Sharmila C. (Intel) Last updated on 03/21/2019 - 12:00
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Parallel Universe Magazine - Issue 25, June 2016

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Tutorial: OpenCL* - Introduction for HPC Programmers

To the Intel® SDK for OpenCL* Applications main page

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OpenCL* Device Fission for CPU Performance

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OpenCL™ Platform/Device Capabilities Viewer Sample

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Intel® SDK for OpenCL* Applications XE 2013 Release Notes

Intel® SDK for OpenCL* Applications XE 2013 Release Notes Content
Authored by Jeffrey Mott (Intel) Last updated on 05/31/2019 - 14:10
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HDR Rendering with God Rays Using OpenCL™ Technology

This sample demonstrates a CPU-optimized implementation of the God Rays effect, showing how to: Implement calculation kernels using the OpenCL™ technology C99 Parallelize the kernels by running several work-groups in parallel Organize data exchange between the host and the OpenCL device
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Simple Optimizations of OpenCL™ Code

Simple Optimizations sample demonstrates simple ways of measuring the performance of OpenCL™ kernels in an application. It describes basics of profiling and important caveats like having dedicated “warming” run. It also demonstrates several simple optimizations, some of optimizations are rather CPU-specific (like mapping buffers), while others are more general (like using relaxed-math). The...
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