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TBB initialization, termination, and resource management details, juicy and gory.

Well, maybe more essential than juicy, and rather treacherous than gory.

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Task and task group priorities in TBB

What I like most about Intel® Threading Building Blocks (TBB) library is its incessant evolution.

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TBB 3.0 and processor affinity

A week ago I started telling about a couple of new helpful features in the TBB 3.0 Update 4 task scheduler, and we talked about the support for

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TBB 3.0, high end many-cores, and Windows processor groups

Though I wrote my previous TBB task scheduler blog just a few days after

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TBB scheduler clandestine evolution

Though Intel® Threading Building Blocks 3.0 Update 4 that introduces a concept of Community Preview feature has jus

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TBB 3.0 task scheduler improves composability of TBB based solutions. Part 2.

Master threads isolation described in the first part of the blog was

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TBB 3.0 task scheduler improves composability of TBB based solutions. Part 1.

This is the first of two blogs where I’m going to describe some of the problems that users of TBB 2.2 and earlier came across, and the changes in task scheduler behavior made in TBB 3.0 release in

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Exception Handling and Cancellation in TBB - Part IV – Using context objects

After a good deal of theoretizing about various cancellation s

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Exception Handling and Cancellation in TBB - Part II – Basic use cases

After the long-winded introduction let’s consider the semantics of task cancellation and exception handling in TBB.

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一个使用Intel® Parallel Studio优化Minibench的例子

COSBI OpenSourceMark是清晰的,全面的开放源码的基准,含Windows*的图形用户界面框架,许多测试是在Delphi中写于2005

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