The Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel® IPP) is a software library that provides a comprehensive set of application domain-specific highly optimized functions for signal processing, image and video processing, operations on small matrices, three-dimensional (3D) data processing and rendering:
The Intel IPP signal processing software is a collection of low-overhead, high-performance operations performed on one-dimensional (1D) data arrays. Examples of such operations are linear transforms, filtering, and vector math.
The Intel IPP image and video processing software is a collection of low-overhead, high-performance operations performed on two-dimensional (2D) arrays of pixels. Examples of such operations are linear transforms, filtering, and arithmetic on image data.
Intel IPP also provides a collection of low-overhead high-performance functions for small matrices, realistic rendering, and 3D data processing.
NoteIntel® Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel® IPP) functions for small matrices and realistic rendering have been removed from the Intel IPP version 9.0. For more information and for the list of removed functions, refer to Removed Functions.
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