A number of entries we received for Round 1 of the Academic Community Microgrant Awards for Parallelism in the Classroom described interesting projects, however, the supporting information was not complete enough for us to judge them highly. If youfeel this might describe your submission, we encourage you to revise and resubmit.If youhaven't yet submitted, now's your chance to apply for somesupport.
Congratulations to ourMicrogrant Award Winners!
We had a fantastic selection of applicants from 14 different countries submit their proposals for bringing parallelism to their undergraduate classrooms.
Dr. David Valentine from Slippery Rock University, USA for his proposal Making Parallelism "Nifty."
I want to collect the latency of hierarchy memory, would you please give me some advice about the testing sofware. I'm working on the Intel i3/i5/i7 processor; it seems that the Calibrator(0.9e) and Memory analyzer 3.8 didn't work well. They can't give thelatency of memory accessing, nor can work on the i series processors. Besides, how to measure the latency of L1I miss and branch misprediction?
Are there any other softwares or methods that can meet these requrements?
thanks a lot!
hello everyone........ iam very new in this community and i really dont know anything about the same and this academic community so, please guide me I want to know more about this
I AM TEACHING MICROPROCESSOR AND MICROCONTROLLER FOR UNDER GRADUATE STUDENTS,
I AM WILLING TO SET UP INTEL PROCESSOR LAB FOR EDUCATION AND RESEARCH. PLEASE GUIDE ME.
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING.
KALAIGNAR KARUNANIDHI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY,
I am trying to use the intel Vtune Amplifier XE. The GUI interface shows up just fine using Xforwarding, but it is way too slow to work. I wonder if there is anything that can be done about it and if it is the case with everyone or just me. I tried from home (20Mbps connection) and from school but the results were the same. I also tried from Windows as well as Mac, but the results did not change. The GUI is way too slow for one to work. When I connect to our own HPC cluster (here at school) the speed is just fine.
I have realized that I spend a lot of time running my program (obviously through shell or python scripts), collecting data, and then analyzing the collected data. This involves running the program a multiple times, taking the average of reported times, and storing the data in a spreadsheet followed by applying aggregation operators etc., to get the results of interest. Finally, these results are exported to prepare Charts and Tables.
The current processors developed are Particle processors which uses the logic of AND andOR gates. Is it possible to build Particle diffussion wave processors using wave mechanics. One constraint it will have is the processors should have to comprehend the Universal time mechanics. This will help conquer the Time space
challenges of particle physics.
Intel IPP Webinar Announcements -- Please Read
October 26, 2010
Super Charge Applications with Intel Integrated Performance Primitives A Component of Intel Parallel Studio 2011
The Intel Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel IPP) library is an extensive library of multicore-ready, highly optimized software functions for digital media and data-processing applications that is available as a component of Intel Parallel Studio 2011 and Intel Parallel Composer 2011.