Intel® Parallel Advisor

Intel® Parallel Advisor 2011 Update 3 Released

Intel® Parallel Advisor 2011 (Advisor) guides developers to add parallelism to their existing C/C++ programs. The developer uses Advisor to: find the most time-consuming serial code regions in their program, insert Advisor annotations to identify these as parallel code regions, predict approximate performance characteristics of the proposed parallel code regions, and check for problems that would prevent the application from working correctly when parallelized.

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How to manage the analysis overhead of Correctness Modeling in Intel® Parallel Advisor 2011

This article describes the causes of the analysis overhead of Correctness Modeling in Intel® Parallel Advisor 2011 and some suggestions on how to manage it.
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    I have a new appreciation for the Suitability tool in Intel® Parallel Advisor. Intel Parallel Advisor was created to help us add parallelism to existing serial code, but I’ve discovered another useful, possibly unconventional, use for Intel Parallel Advisor with my parallel application. I’ve discovered that I can use Intel Parallel Advisor to collect valuable performance and scalability information about my parallel application that would be difficult to collect otherwise.

    Intel Parallel Studio Technical Presentations

    Intel Parallel Studio Evaluation Technical Presentations are for customers getting started with Intel Parallel Studio to see a brief live presentation/demo and get answers to questions encountered using Intel Parallel Studio.
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