Vectorization plays a paramount role in speeding up programs with data parallelism inherent in their algorithms. Intel C++ Compiler provides explicit vector programming methods that can be used to achieve greater performance. Intel® Cilk™ Plus allows a developer to do explicit vectorization using Intel® Cilk Plus™ SIMD directive, Array Notation and simd-enabled functions to increase performance potential in your application. Attend this webinar to learn about this technology and see a case study of Array Notation applied to Discrete Cosine Transform (DCT) kernel.
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