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Optimizing Image Resizing Example of Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives (IPP) With Intel® Threading Building Blocks and Intel® C++ Compiler. Intel® System Studio 2016 Linux

In this article, we are enabling and using Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives(IPP), Intel® Threading Building Blocks(TBB) and Intel® C++ Compiler(ICC) on Linux ( Ubuntu 14.04 LTS 64bit ). We will build and run one of the examples that comes with IPP and apply TBB and ICC on the example to observe the performance improvement of using Intel® System Studio features.
Authored by JON J K. (Intel) Last updated on 08/21/2015 - 08:26

Intel® System Studio Training Materials

Here are useful slide decks to enhance your learning of Intel System Studio 2016 Beta.

Authored by Noah Clemons (Intel) Last updated on 06/10/2015 - 22:36

EmbeddedWorld Signal Processing and Power Management Workshop

This is the conference paper describing Intel® System Studio in great detail in-lieu of the Signal Processing and Power Management Workshop.

Authored by Noah Clemons (Intel) Last updated on 05/12/2015 - 14:52

Intel® System Studio Training Materials - Archive

Here is the link to the latest Intel System Studio 2015 Training Slides.

Authored by Noah Clemons (Intel) Last updated on 05/12/2015 - 14:52

How to use XDB to do kernel debug on Yocto with Minnowboard MAX

Authored by ALICE H. (Intel) Last updated on 01/12/2015 - 22:17
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Chrome* OS - What's Developer Mode?

Continuing on with my exploration of the Chrome OS leads me to digging a little deeper into the hardware.

Authored by Tim Duncan (Intel) Last updated on 07/14/2014 - 08:49

Delivering a Better User Experience for Windows* 8 Applications - Data Caching and Content Syncing

With the release of Windows 8.1, Microsoft has provided new API's that simplify managing online content.  For more information, see

Authored by JAMES M. Last updated on 10/15/2013 - 17:30

Advanced Intel® Xeon Phi™ Coprocessor Workshop: Performance Part 2: Tuning Utilities

4-part series on Performance Tuning: Performance measurement techniques, tools, Hardware Perfmon-based bottleneck analysis

Authored by Robert Reed (Intel) Last updated on 09/06/2013 - 18:26

Introduction to Conditional Numerical Reproducibility (CNR)

Starting with 11.0 release,  Intel® MKL introduces a feature called Conditional Numerical Reproducibility (CNR) which provides functions for obtaining reproducible floating-point results when calli

Authored by TODD R. (Intel) Last updated on 09/04/2013 - 16:37
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