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    Using Intel® C++ Composer XE 2011 for Linux to Thread Your Applications

    Tachyon is a ray-tracer application, rendering objects described in data files. The Tachyon program is located in the product samples directory: <install-dir>/composerxe/Samples/<locale>/C++/tachyon_compiler.tar.gz. By default we use balls.dat as the input file. Data files are stored in the directory tachyon/dat. Originally, Tachyon was an application with parallelism implemented in function pthread_create() with explicit threads: one thread does the rendering, and the other makes calculations.

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  • Using Intel® C++ Composer XE 2011 for Mac OS* X to Thread Your Applications

    Tachyon is a ray-tracer application, rendering objects described in data files. The Tachyon program is located in the product samples directory: <install-dir>/composerxe/Samples/<locale>/C++/tachyon_compiler.tar.gz. By default we use balls.dat as the input file. Data files are stored in the directory tachyon/dat. Originally, Tachyon was an application with parallelism implemented in function pthread_create() with explicit threads: one thread does the rendering, and the other makes calculations.

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  • Multicore Programming Workshop - Lecture 1

    Posted by Ilya Mirman originally on www.cilk.com on Wed, Jul 15, 2009

    We recently teamed up with MIT's Professional Development Program on a 2-day workshop focused on multicore programming.

    The first lecture covered:

    • The multicore programming challenge
    • Shared-memory hardware
    • Leading concurrency platforms (Pthreads, OpenMP, TBB, Cilk++)
    • Race conditions

    Here is the video and slides from the first lecture:

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