Compilation can utilize Intel® Streaming SIMD Extensions instructions to improve floating point performance even if the source code isn't set up for SIMD. This paper describes simple steps to enable Intel® SSE & recognize if your code is being optimized.
This article helps developers ensure their C/C++ code with intrinsics produces the optimal assembly and shows how to spot unnecessary register spilling.
Template Library to express Kernels with high level objects allowing auto-vectorization
The introduction of the 2nd generation Intel® Core™ processor includes Intel® Advanced Vector Extension (Intel® AVX). Intel AVX is a new 256-bit instruction set extension to Intel® SSE. This article describes a simple methodology to utilize Intel AVX.
Photo-realistic rendering requires accurate simulation of light propagation according to physics laws. The best known way to solve this problem is Monte Carlo ray tracing. We describe a state-of-the-art photo-realistic Monte Carlo rendering engine.
Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions (Intel® AVX) is a set of instructions for doing SIMD operations on Intel® architecture CPUs. These instructions extend previous SIMD offerings (MMX™ and Intel® SSE). This paper provides an AVX instruction set overview.
Avoiding AVX-SSE Transition Penalties (PDF 678 KB)
Improving the Compute Performance of Video Processing Software Using AVX (Advanced Vector Extensions) InstructionsThis paper describes a case study in which AVX instructions are used to enhance the performance of a de-saturation algorithm (a common video filter). The case study takes the algorithm from a non-SIMD state to AVX based SIMD.
A tutorial on how to use #pragma simd and SIMD-enabled function features in Intel® Cilk™ Plus.
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