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Using Nested Parallelism in OpenMP*

Multi-level parallelism with OpenMP* deserves your consideration—even if you've rejected it in the past. OpenMP nesting is turned off by default by most implementations.

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Part 4: Thread Parallelism and OpenMP*

We will talk about software threads, and particularly multithreading implementation with OpenMP* library.

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Part 6: Fork-Join Model OpenMP* Tasks

Let's talk about Fork-Join parallelism.

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Accelerate Application Performance with OpenMP* and SIMD Parallelism

As processors are manufactured with increased core-count and ever wider SIMD registers and instruction sets, effective use of these components is essential to good application performance.

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Hetergeneous Compute with Standards Based OFI/MPI/OpenMP Programming

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Performance essentials using OpenMP* 4.0 vectorization with C/C++

This webinar teaches you about Vectorization, what it is and why you should care about it as a software developer.

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Part 7: Race Conditions and Mutexes

We will talk about race conditions, synchronization between OpenMP threads, using critical and atomic pragmas.

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Part 5: Parallel Loops, Private and Shared Variables, Scheduling

We will introduce private and shared variables, parallel loops, and their scheduling.

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Part 8: Parallel Reduction

We will talk about parallel reduction in OpenMP* for-loops.

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Part 3: Vector Dependence, Pointer Disambiguation, and SIMD-Enabled Functions

In this episode, we will talk about some of the problems you might get while using automatic vectorization feature of Intel® Professional Edition Compilers.

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