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Intel Software Development Product Events Update Request

Authored by Dan Davis (Intel) Last updated on 04/06/2015 - 12:47
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Intel AppUp® encapsulator form

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HTML5 Stay Informed

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Support from Intel® C++ Compiler Code Samples

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Last updated on 05/11/2015 - 09:50
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Image Processing: Mandelbrot from Intel® C++ Compiler Code Samples

The Mandelbrot set is a well known application of visual mathematics.

Last updated on 05/11/2015 - 09:50
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Image Processing: Sepia Filter from Intel® C++ Compiler Code Samples

This sample demonstrates how to improve the performance of Sepia filter using Intel® Cilk™ Plus.

Last updated on 05/11/2015 - 09:50
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SSCA2 Graph Sample from Intel® C++ Compiler Code Samples

SSCA, or Scalable Synthetic Compact Application, is a collection of kernels applied to a weighted, directed graph. The output of each kernel is the input to the next.

Last updated on 05/11/2015 - 09:50
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Finance: Black-Scholes from Intel® C++ Compiler Code Samples

The Black-Scholes Equation estimates the price of a European option over time.

Last updated on 05/11/2015 - 09:50
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Life Science: Longest Common Subsequence from Intel® C++ Compiler Code Samples

This sample finds the longest subsequence common to all sequences in two sequences. It demonstrates how to improve the performance of finding longest common subsequence using Intel® Cilk™ Plus. To demonstrate the performance increase, you will find two sequences to be stored in a single file separated by white-space. Let it as input, and assign an output file, you will get the longest common...

Last updated on 05/11/2015 - 09:50
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Stencil: RTM Stencil from Intel® C++ Compiler Code Samples

Stencil computation is the basis for the Reverse Time Migration algorithm in seismic computing. The underlying mathematical problem is to solve the wave equation using a finite difference method.

Last updated on 05/11/2015 - 09:50
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