I am participating in the Intel Innovator’s Summit come November 14th in Seattle. One of the hacking projects will be with the Intel Joule kit, a toy car holding our favorite animated characters along with a Real-sense camera. The summit promises to be a lot of fun.
First and foremost: The team has not decided upon which animated character to use, but I voted for Ren and Stimpy. This decision probably shows both my decrepitude as well as my twisted sense of humor.
To provide easy-to-use APIs and reduce the effort required to add Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel® IPP) functions to your application, Intel® IPP library introduces new Integration Wrappers APIs. These APIs aggregate multiple Intel® IPP functions and provide easy interfaces to support external threading of Intel® IPP functions. A technical preview of Integration Wrappers functionality is now available for evaluation.
Integration Wrappers consist of C and C++ interfaces:
Advanced computer concepts for the (not so) common Chef
In Pipeline and the Efficient Chef (Part 1), we showed how the basic pipeline is equivalent to what our Chef does when following one step in his recipe. To say it differently, the execution of one machine language instruction is equivalent to our Chef performing one step of a complicated recipe.