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Parallelization Using OpenMP*

 

Compiler Methodology for Intel® MIC Architecture

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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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Exploit Nested Parallelism with OpenMP* Tasking Model

The new generation, Intel® Xeon® processor Scalable family (formerly code-named Skylake-SP), Intel’s most scalable processor has up to 28 processor cores per socket with options to scale from 2 to

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OpenMP* 4.0 Features in Intel C++ Composer XE 2013

The current OpenMP* 4.0 RC1 specification and associated TR1 technical report (both available from http://openmp.org) adds new features for controlling vectorization and execution on coprocessors.

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OpenMP* 4.0 Combined Offload Constructs Support for the Intel® Xeon Phi™ Coprocessor

The Intel® Parallel Studio XE 2015 Composer Editions for Windows* and Linux* have feature enhancements that provide near full support of the OpenMP* 4.0 API (July 2013) specification.

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3 Tuning Secrets for better OpenMP* performance using Intel® VTune™ Amplifier XE

Parallelism delivers the capability High Performance Computing (HPC) requires.
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Process and Thread Affinity for Intel® Xeon Phi™ Processors

The Intel® MPI Library and OpenMP* runtime libraries can create affinities between processes or threads, and hardware resources. This affinity keeps an MPI process or OpenMP thread from migrating to a different hardware resource, which can have a dramatic effect on the execution speed of a program.
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