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by Arthur V. Ratz
This article is a practical guide on using Intel® Threading Building Blocks (TBB) and OpenMP libraries for C++ based on the example of delivering parallel scalable code that implements Burrows-Wheeler Transformation (BWT) algorithm.
by Arthur V. Ratz
This tip/trick introduces the basic ideas on how to avoid memory mismatched allocation/deallocation issues detected by Intel® Inspector XE for Visual Studio 2015
by Intel
The purpose of this article is to assess its strengths and weaknesses for heterogeneous parallelism.
by Intel
How the Gold Standard Parallel Programming Language Has Improved with Each New Version

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by Intel
This article will take a closer look at the advantages and disadvantages of the Fortran DO CONCURRENT statement and the OpenMP target constructs with respect to accelerator offload.
by Intel
The purpose of this article is to assess its strengths and weaknesses for heterogeneous parallelism.
by Intel
Making Parallel Programming Accessible to C/C++ and Fortran Programmers
by Alasdair Craig
A C++ implementation of a published algorithm for computing the concave hull using a k-nearest neighbour approach.

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2 May 2017 by Arthur V. Ratz
This article is a practical guide on using Intel® Threading Building Blocks (TBB) and OpenMP libraries for C++ based on the example of delivering parallel scalable code that implements Burrows-Wheeler Transformation (BWT) algorithm.
15 Dec 2023 by Intel
The purpose of this article is to assess its strengths and weaknesses for heterogeneous parallelism.
17 Apr 2017 by Intel
How the Gold Standard Parallel Programming Language Has Improved with Each New Version
26 May 2017 by Intel
Making Parallel Programming Accessible to C/C++ and Fortran Programmers―and Providing a Software Path to Exascale Computation
31 Aug 2017 by Intel
Making Parallel Programming Accessible to C/C++ and Fortran Programmers
18 Dec 2023 by Intel
This article will take a closer look at the advantages and disadvantages of the Fortran DO CONCURRENT statement and the OpenMP target constructs with respect to accelerator offload.
16 Aug 2017 by Alasdair Craig
A C++ implementation of a published algorithm for computing the concave hull using a k-nearest neighbour approach.
26 Jul 2012 by headmyshoulder, Denis Demidov
This article shows how ordinary differential equations can be solved with OpenCL. In detail it shows how odeint - a C++ library for ordinary differential equations - can be adapted to work with VexCL - a library for OpenCL. The resulting performance is studied on two examples.