Same codes, Same makefile
But different ifort (2015.2.164 VS 2013.0.079)
If I use 2013 version, cpu usage almost 800%(8 CPU)
but I use 2015 version, cpu usage is quite lower.
My codes have many memory operation
We are excited to announce the next release of the Intel® OpenMP* Runtime Library at openmprtl.org. This release aligns with Intel® Parallel Studio XE 2016 Composer Edition.
- Support for OpenMP* Tools (OMPT) API for performance analysis: http://openmp.org/mp-documents/ompt-tr2.pdf
- Support for GCC* 5.x
If you want to get started and build cross-OS mobile applications with video processing, transcode, special effects etc features into your applications, the best place to start is with Media for Mobile which is part of INDE suite. Why?
This page provides the Release Notes for Intel® INDE 2015 with the most recent being listed at the top of the page. For more details, please take a look at the documents on the table below.
Software developers interested in a cross-platform productivity suite that enables them to quickly and easily create native apps from OS X* host for Android* or OS X* targets (or) Windows* host for Android* or Windows* targets
Software developers interested in a cross-platform API foundation and plugins to develop and optimize video coding and processing, design products delivering visually stunning media by enabling RAW photo and 4K RAW video processing or deliver quality sound with audio encode & decode.
Contrat de licence:
Product Version: Intel® Fortran Compiler 15.0 and above
There are many middleware libraries out there that developers are using to build great Android apps. The app may have been released some time ago in the Google* Play store and the library may have only supported arm devices at that time. Did you know you could reach a larger audience for your app by adding native x86 support? Building for x86 yields the best performance and experience for Android x86 based devices while not breaking compatibility with arm devices. Many of these libraries have been updated and build for x86 by default. There is a great article that details how to do thi