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Utilities from Intel® C++ Compiler Code Samples

This section contains the following utility classes:

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Application Domains from Intel® C++ Compiler Code Samples

The following C/C++ samples use Intel® Cilk Plus in real-world applications to show performance benefits and ease of use. Choose a sample to see an in-depth description and source code.

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Intel® C++ Compiler Code Samples from Intel® C++ Compiler Code Samples

Intel® Cilk™ Plus has been deprecated in the Intel® C++ Compiler 18.0. Prefer to use OpenMP-based syntax for offloading to the processor graphics.

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Finance: Monte Carlo from Intel® C++ Compiler Code Samples

Monte Carlo algorithms solve deterministic problems by using a probabilistic analogue.

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Classic Algorithms from Intel® C++ Compiler Code Samples

The followings are samples to demonstrate the Intel(R) Cilk(TM) Plus implementations and its performance benefits for the popular classic algorithms.

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Timer Utility from Intel® C++ Compiler Code Samples

Why this Timer Utility Class CUtilTimer?
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Support from Intel® C++ Compiler Code Samples

Intel(R) C++ Compiler product

To learn more about Intel(R) C++ Compiler products, please go to Intel(R) C++ Compiler.

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Image Processing: Mandelbrot from Intel® C++ Compiler Code Samples

The Mandelbrot set is a well known application of visual mathematics.

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Image Processing: Sepia Filter from Intel® C++ Compiler Code Samples

This sample demonstrates how to improve the performance of Sepia filter using Intel® Cilk™ Plus.

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SSCA2 Graph Sample from Intel® C++ Compiler Code Samples

SSCA, or Scalable Synthetic Compact Application, is a collection of kernels applied to a weighted, directed graph. The output of each kernel is the input to the next.

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