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Intel® Parallel Studio XE 2015 Update 3 Composer Edition for C++ OS X*

Intel® Parallel Studio XE 2015 Update 3 Composer Edition for C++ OS X* includes the latest Intel C/C++ compilers and performance libraries for IA-32 and Intel® 64 architecture systems. This new product release now includes: Intel® C++ Compiler 15.0.3, GNU* Project Debugger (GDB*) 7.8, Intel® Math Kernel Library (Intel® MKL) Version 11.2 Update 3, Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel® IPP) Version 8.2 Update 2, Intel® Threading Building Blocks (Intel® TBB) Version 4.3 Update 5

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  • Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives
  • Intel® Math Kernel Library
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  • Runtime error when define library header outside pragma offload_attribute?

     

    ,I found that if I am using pragma offload_attribute to push library either to _Cilk_shared or target(mic),  I should not define some librarys(cilk or iostream) outside of this pragma.

    I ran into this problem where If I define iostream outside the pragma I will get a run time error on MIC where it says can not load library blablabla

    similar things for library such as Cilk. I have to put Cilk header inside offload_attribute and I can not put the header outside

    Is there any way to observe the threads a task scheduler is managing?

    Hello,

    We have an OpenGL application. In each frame, we run the following piece of code. 

       {
                // Pipeline scheduler observer. It observes the worker threads entering the 
                // task arena.
                PipelineObserver o(dc);

                // use TBB to execute a parallel while
                tbb::parallel_while w;
                ApplyIterator body(*this, iteratorStream, eyePosition, maxCell, &w);
                w.run(iteratorStream, body);
      }

    Can a flow graph be build through multiple classes?

    Hello,

     

    I am still a bachelor student, and I am doing my internship at this moment. I started learning TBB for my project. And I just love TBB, the ease of use compared to the manual thread handling.

    But now I am wondering if it is possible with TBB Flow Graph to split up the code to build the graph through multiple classes. To make predefined graph structures that would repeat them self often. Ex. three serial function nodes, processing different objects, calculations, etc ...

    Problems with using parallel_do

    Hello. I've got next problem with using parallel_do: it even fails to compile if i pass std::bind result:

    In file included from D:\Projects\MyProject\src\server.cpp:4:0:

    D:/libs/tbb43_20150209/include/tbb/parallel_do.h: In instantiation of 'void tbb::parallel_do(Iterator, Iterator, const Body&) [with Iterator = long long unsigned int; Body = std::_Bind<void (*(std::_Placeholder<1>))(int&)>]':

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