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Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel® IPP) - Calling Image Processing Functions

IPP image processing and color conversion FAQ
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Intel® IPP Memory Function ippMalloc/Free FAQ

Information about Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel® IPP) memory functions
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OpenMP* and the Intel® IPP Library

How to configure OpenMP in the Intel IPP library to maximize multi-threaded performance of the Intel IPP primitives.
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Top 10 Intel® Software Developer Stories | Intel® RealSense™ UX Guide, New IoT DevKit, Android* Powered Drone and More

Intel® Developer Zone experts, innovators, and Black Belts contribute hundreds of helpful articles and blog posts every month.

Authored by Karissa Pagliero (Intel) Last updated on 06/14/2019 - 10:30
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Securely accessing your Internet of Things (IoT) device from Intel® XDK Documentation

You can create a secure connection from your Internet of Things (IoT) board to the Intel® XDK using ssh. This secure connection encrypts the communication between your development system and the IoT board. Furthermore, you can prevent anyone who does not have ssh access to your IoT board from gaining access to the app daemon. For steps to update your app daemon software...

Last updated on 07/10/2018 - 08:00
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Entering command line arguments for your IoT application from Intel® XDK Documentation

You can enter command line arguments for use in your IoT application. This provides you with a simple way to input arguments for your code to use. For example, if you have a temperature monitoring application, you can type an argument like -f or -c and have your program change its output to Fahrenheit or Celsius accordingly.

Last updated on 07/10/2018 - 08:08
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Updating the libmraa and libupm libraries from Intel® XDK Documentation

The Intel® XDK makes use of the libmraa and libupm IoT libraries. The libmraa library, also called the MRAA I/O library, provides a platform-independent API for low-level access to I/O pins and buses on your IoT development board. the libupm library, also called the UPM sensor library, provides a high-level representation of common IoT I/O devices, via the MRAA I/O library for low-level...
Last updated on 07/10/2018 - 08:00
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Step 1: Assemble Board from Get Started with the Intel® Edison Development Board on Windows* 64-bit

The Intel® Edison compute module is meant to be used with a breakout board, so you need to secure the compute module to your breakout board before you can use it.

Last updated on 07/10/2018 - 08:00
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Step 3: Choose IDE from Get Started with the Intel® Edison Development Board on Windows* 64-bit

Choose and install the integrated development environment (IDE) to program your Intel® Edison board.

Last updated on 07/10/2018 - 08:00