Porting applications to Intel® Xeon Phi™ Coprocessor


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Porting applications to Intel® Xeon Phi™ Coprocessor

The following Best Known Methods are assembled here to help users port applications to the Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor. When porting applications, use the following topics as guidelines and keep in mind that many tips assume the use of Intel® compilers.

  • Desarrolladores
  • Servidor
  • Xeon Phi
  • compiler
  • parallelism
  • applications
  • Arquitectura Intel® para muchos núcleos integrados
  • Migración
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    Teaching Parallelism Using Intel Game Demos

    The first column in this table shows the parallelism topics. The second column displays the Intel Game demo that a professor can use to demonstrate that particular parallelism topic. The third column are the page numbers to the book: "The Art of Concurrency" written by Clay Breshears.

    You can download the Intel Game demos from the Intel website for your classroom use.

    Basic Parallel Programming Concepts (VTU)

    The primary objective of this chapter is to make students understand the concepts of parallel programming. The chapter is dealt with as an extension to C programming so that the student develops an insight into writing parallel programs. This chapter does not intend to teach any in- depth concepts of Operating System, Computer Architecture, threading etc, but only introduces the relevant concept wherever necessary.

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