Resultados do Hackathon da Intel na UNESP

Durante os dias 25 e 26 de Março, o grupo de Software da Intel organizou um Hackathon para o desenvolvimento de apps para dispositivos móveis com HTML5, com foco em apps educacionais. O evento foi realizado na UNESP em São Paulo, e permitiu a participação remota via Internet de desenvolvedores de outros estados e cidades brasileiras.

Parallel fault simulation algorithm for multi-core systems with common memory

Fault simulation for sequential circuits numbers among the highly compute-intensive tasks in the integrated circuit design process. In this paper we propose a new parallel fault simulation algorithm for multi-core workstations with common memory. We use dynamic fault grouping for each input test vector. Also each formed group is simulated in separate thread. Also we study the scalability of proposed algorithm. We report results for the ISCAS-89 benchmark circuits obtained on Intel’s MTL with 12 computational cores.
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  • Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor Power Management Pt 0: Introduction and inquiring minds

    So exactly which power states exist on the Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor? What happens in each of the power states? Inquiring minds want to know. And since you are, no doubt, aggressively involved in high performance computing (HPC), I am sure you want to know also.

    How to Compile Cocos2D-HTML5 JSBinding for Android X86 Devices

    This is a technical tutorial for build Cocos2D-HTML5 JSBinding for Android x86 devices. Cocos2d-html5 is an open-source web 2D game framework, released under MIT License. It is a HTML5 version of Cocos2d-x project. Its focus for Cocos2d-html5 development is around making Cocos2d cross platforms between browsers and native application.

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  • Using Intel® VTune™ Amplifier XE to Tune Software on the Intel® Xeon® Processor E5 Family

    Download this guide to learn how to identify performance issues on software running on the Intel® Xeon® Processor E5 family
    (based on Intel® Microarchitecture Codename Sandy Bridge-EP/EX/EN). The guide explains how to use Intel® VTune™ Amplifier XE's General Exploration profile for Xeon processor E5 servers.  It explains how to identify the most common software performance issues and gives suggestions for how to address each.  

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  • Tweet to enter the Intel Perceptual Computing Developer Ultrabook giveaway at GDC!

    Attention GDC attendees: Intel is giving away a free Zenbook! To enter, simply attend an Intel Perceptual Computing event and tweet a photo between Sunday 3/24 and Thursday 3/28 at 12:30PM PDT. Developers can receive up to 10 entries for qualiying tweets. We'll randomly draw a winner and announce from the @PerceptualSDK handle at 2:00 PM PDT. The winner can join us at Intel booth #1016 at 4:00 PM PDT to receive their Zenbook.

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