Hi, there, I tried to use OpenCL module in OpenCV3.0, This is official program(under project sample-cpp-(EXAMPLE)facedetect) and could run successfully on Windows 7 (VS2012),
Trying to use Vtune with matrix.mic like described. With amplxe-gui and amplxe-cl -target-system=mic-native:0 I get:
I have a license for the Intel® Parallel Studio XE Professional Edition for Fortran Linux, which is installed on my personal machine.
I would like to try to use the Intel Media SDK in a GVT-D or GVT-G configuration under Xen or KVM (Esxi seems not good at any of the two technology).
I have added PushWoosh to an app that previously compiled OK.
mpiicc links in both libmpi.so and libmpifort.so. This creates extra dependencies for C-only programs. Can this behaviour be changed? Or maybe an extra option to prevent libmpifort.so from being linked?
For example, simple code:
My company is considering migrating to IVF from Compaq Compiler.