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Crash Course on Multi-Threading with OpenMP*

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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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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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Part 9: Distributed-Memory Parallelism and MPI

In the previous episodes of this chapter, we learned how to use vectorization to parallelize calculations across vector lanes in each core.

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Part 1: SIMD Parallelism and Intrinsics

In the previous lectures, we already discussed the purpose and the architecture of Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessors.

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Part 2: Automatic Vectorization and Array Notation

We will discuss automatic vectorization feature of the compilers, where it can be used, and how to diagnose it. But this discussion will cover only basic principles of automatic vectorization.

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