Programming for Multicore and Many-core Products including Intel® Xeon® processors and Intel® Xeon Phi™ X100 Product Family coprocessorsThe programming models in use today, used for multicore processors every day, are available for many-core coprocessors as well. Therefore, explaining how to program both Intel Xeon processors and Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor is best done by explaining the options for parallel programming. This paper provides the foundation for understanding how multicore processors and many-core coprocessors are...
Run-to-Run Reproducibility of Floating-Point Calculations for Applications on Intel® Xeon Phi™ Coprocessors (and Intel® Xeon® Processors)The Issue
If I rerun the identical program on the identical input data on an identical processor, will I get an identical result?
No longer does Moore’s Law result in higher frequencies and improved scalar application performance; instead, higher transistor counts lead to increased parallelism, both through more cores and thr
The vectorization component of the optimization report produced by the Intel® Compiler version 15 may contain remarks such as:
By Taylor Kidd, Intel Corporation
This article is essentially a collection of blogs I wrote on the same subject. The differences are simply a degree of formalism.
This is going to be a short blog as there is no new material to discuss, just a simple extension of the earlier blogs (see