Case study: Comparing Arrays of Structures and Structures of Arrays Data Layouts for a Compute-Intensive LoopDownload this case study and accompanying source code that shows the comparison between arrays of structures (AoS) and structures of arrays (SoA).
In my last blog post I wrote about the origin of the idea behind a new category of enterprise infrastructure w
There has been much written and discussed about the technology advantages and business value of multi-core computing.
Data interoperability is vital to today’s healthcare computing environment, allowing clinical information to be effectively and consistently exchanged, compared, and analyzed among healthcare partn
My last couple posts have touched on the importance of data standards in enabling interoperability in healthcare.
I have been writing over the last month or so about how the adoption of SOA is evolving in organizations and that in most cases tactical deployment is occuring by individual business domain driving
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