Introduzione a Intel Perceptual SDK

Intel Perceptual SDK è una piattaforma software/hardware per il gesture/voice/speech recognition. Per il software si ha a disposizione un insieme di librerie contenenti l’implementazione di algoritmi di rilevamento e riconoscimento esposti attraverso uno strato di astrazione (interfacce standard).

Per l’hardware, Perceptual SDK supporta l’utilizzo della Creative Camera.

L’utilizzo di Intel Perceptual SDK permette allo sviluppatore di semplificare lo sviluppo di applicazioni di nuova generazione basate sul paradigma NUI (Natural User Interface).

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  • Microsoft Windows* (XP, Vista, 7)
  • Microsoft Windows* 8.x
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  • C#
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  • SDK de Intel® Perceptual Computing
  • Intel(R) Perceptual computing SDK
  • .NET Framework 4
  • Visual Studio* 2012
  • Computación de percepción
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    Design and prototype scalable threading using Intel® Advisor XE

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    Check out the Intel® Advisor XE 2013 Update 3..

    Intel® Advisor XE 2013 Update 3 guides developers to add parallelism to their existing C/C++ programs. Using this tool, you can identify where most of the time is spent in your code, which of those locations can actually scale to multi-core and what correctness issues are lurking in those locations. The information provided by this tool can help you decide where to thread your code more judiciously. You can learn more about this tool at the Intel(R) Advisor XE 2013 home page.

    Making visualized call graph from Intel® VTune™ Amplifier XE results

    Some developers like performance data representation in form of “call graph”, where nodes are functions and edges are function calls from caller to callee. Also functions are attributed with CPU time. This way of call sequence visualization is not necessary needed and VTune™ Amplifier XE doesn’t have this graph – there are a lot of other powerful interactive ways to view, sort and filter performance data.

    But there are good news for those who likes call graphs: it’s possible to make them from VTune Amplifier XE results. This blog post describes the way how to do it.

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