Parallel Universe Magazine - Issue 5, December 2010
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- Letter from the Editor: High Performance Options Have Never Been Greater, by James Reinders
James Reinders focuses on the latest Intel® Software developer tools designed to tap into the performance offered by today’s computers.
- Simplifying High Performance with Intel® Parallel Studio XE and Intel® Cluster Studio Tool Suites, by Sanjay Goil and John McHugh
With the introduction of Intel® Parallel Studio XE and Intel® Cluster Studio, Intel extends the reach of next-generation development tools to Windows* and Linux* C/C++ and Fortran developers.
- Intel® Parallel Building Blocks: The Answer(s) to Cracking the Parallelism Puzzle, by David Sekowski
Examine three models for parallelism—Intel® Threading Building Blocks (Intel® TBB), Intel® Cilk™ Plus, and Intel® Array Building Blocks (Intel® ArBB)—which together form a single comprehensive solution for task parallelism, data parallelism, and vectorization.
- Intel® Array Building Blocks, by Michael McCool
Intel ArBB is the answer to the following question: How can parallelism mechanisms in modern processor hardware, including vector SIMD instructions, be targeted in a portable, general way within existing programming languages?
- Automatic Parallelism with the Intel® Math Kernel Library (Intel® MKL), by Greg Henry and Shane Story
Explore the techniques Intel MKL uses to achieve the highest level of parallelism, as well as the hooks and knobs useful for getting the most from these threaded hotspots.
- When Print Statements and Timer are Not Enough: Making the Parallelism Investment More Effective, by Don Gunning, Nick Meng, and Paul Besl
See how real-world developers are applying Intel® Trace Analyzer and Collector to find issues that would be undetectable with print statements and a timer, correct those issues, and deliver scaling performance.
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