End User License Agreement for the Intel® GPA Frame Debugger


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  • Mashery Weather Application


    This article is a brief explanation of how to create a simple application that demonstrates the usage of the Mashery API on the Intel® Galileo board. The application fetches the current weather of a particular location, is written in C, and uses libcurl, the Mashery Web API and a light-weight parson for parsing the JSON data.

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  • Android Features in Intel® VTune™ Amplifier 2014 for Systems - Requirements

    Intel® VTune™ Amplifier 2014 for Systems brings many of the capabilities that Linux* and Windows* developers have enjoyed for ~20 years to Android*, and some new features that are only available on Android.  The features you get depend on the device.

    The following table summarizes what various VTune Amplifier features need:

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  • Burglar Alarm Using the Intel® Galileo Board

    This sample application was developed to showcase the use of a proximity sensor with the Intel® Galileo development board. In the sample whenever any object is found within 3 centimeter from the proximity sensor, the system makes an alarm sound and blinks an LED continuously until the object is out of range of the proximity sensor.

    This sample code uses the Internet of Things (IoT) Development Kit’s Live USB image to run a host system that can push sketches to an Intel® Galileo board using Yocto Application Development Tools and Eclipse*.

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  • GTC-P (Gyrokinetic Toroidal Code - Princeton) for Intel® Xeon Phi™ Coprocessor

    Authors: Rezaur Rahman (Intel Corporation, OR), Bei Wang (Princeton University, NJ)

    Code Access

    GTC-P code is maintained by Princeton Plasma Physics Lab (PPPL) and is available under the Theory Code Licensing agreement from the PPPL on request. The code supports the symmetric mode of operation of the Intel® Xeon® processor (Referred to as ‘host’ in this document) with the Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor (Referred to as ‘coprocessor’ in this document) in a single node and in a cluster environment.

    To get access to the code:

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  • Selective Use of gatherhint/scatterhint Instructions

    Compiler Methodology for Intel® MIC Architecture

    Selective Use of gatherhint/scatterhint Instructions


    The -qopt-gather-scatter-unroll=<N> compiler option can be used to generate gatherhint/scatterhint instructions supported by the coprocessor.  This is useful if your code is doing non-unit stride accesses and/or uses indirect addressing via pointers or index arrays. 

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  • Offline Activation of Intel® Software Development Products


    If you are installing any of the Intel® Software Development Products on a system with no internet connectivity, internet activation will not work.  Additionally, if you have a firewall that prevents online activation, you can fall back to offline activation.

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