The memory bandwidth of an application is an important metric to have at your fingertips when optimizing your application. One can measure the memory bandwidth of an application running on the Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor by one of the two ways: by using the core hardware events or by using the uncore hardware events.
This tutorial shows how to set up an Android* OS application using Intel® IPP. This library provides a wide variety of functions so that you can focus on developing your application, not processor-specific details. They are a common interface to implementations tuned for Intel processors, including Intel® Atom™, Core™, and Xeon®, though they can be used on any processor supporting Intel® Streaming SIMD Extensions 2 (Intel® SSE2) or newer instruction sets. The goal of this tutorial is to walk through setting up a
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在默认配置下，Metro应用仅仅提供Square Logo。如果应用想使用Windows 8特有的Notification在Tile上做一些花哨的交互功能，那么将是一件悲催的事情。为此，笔者将在本篇博客中讨论如何添加Wide Logo。
在Study Metro App项目被建立后，我们会在Solution Explorer中看到package.appxmanifest文件，如图1所示。
The Intel® MPI Library offers many configuration options for improving application performance on your cluster. The number of options can be daunting to a new user. To assist with this, the Automatic Tuning utility is provided. This allows you to tune runtime parameters to match your system and your applications. In this webinar, I will introduce the tuner and provide use cases to begin using it for your cluster and applications.