On one of my tests, some OpenMP-parallelised loops are running at twice the speed of the near-identical serial code, even on one CPU! That rather implies that there's a optimisation which would be
Does the Intel compiler currently attempt to parallelise array notation expressions? If it does, I am failing dismally in persuading it to do so. I use CILK_NWORKERS=4, and print both the wall cl
I've found some strange behaivour in derived type constructors when the following criteria are met:
I am working on a project in which I wish to add new custom Gesture.
Please Suggest me methords and/or Process to add new Custum Gesture wrt refrence to C#.
In build 18.104.22.168 and command
icpc -std=c++11 -g -O3 -xHost -align -ansi-alias -mcmodel=medium -DBLAS -fopenmp Cholesky.cpp -mkl -lm
the attached program gets:
I'm using spbsvx to solve a large band matrix.
I am working on a large project (C#,C++/CLI,and native C++) where the target platform toolset for C++/CLI and C++ is v100 (Visual Studio 2010).
I have noted in multiple (though infrequent but freqent enough) circumstances that the instruction counts for execution of a binary in SDE and that reported by PMC 0xC0 differ by ORDERS of magnitud
I have compiled a SPEC FP 06 using the Intel 14.0.0 compiler suite.
It seems that I can use OpenMP together with CilkPlus array notation on variable length arrays, but not _Cilk_for. This is under the Intel compiler with build 22.214.171.124. I get messages like: