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Use the SIMD_PEEL directive in XL Fortran for Linux, V15.1.4 to improve performance

Originally posted by: FangLu Starting from XL Fortran for Linux, V15.1.4, the SIMD PEEL directive is added to instruct the compiler to peel a SIMDizable loop, which can improve the compilation performance. Usage There are two forms of specifying this directive: ...

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OpenMP 4.0 about to be released and IWOMP 2013

Originally posted by: Michael Wong So much has been happening in OpenMP since SC 12 that I hope to capture it all in this post while flying to the ADC C++ meeting where I will talk about C++14, ISOCPP.org, and Transactional Memory. First, the research arm of OpenMP is IWOMP, the...

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MASS auto-vectorization paper now on developerWorks

Originally posted by: Robert Enenkel If your applications call mathematical functions such as sin, cos, exp, log, etc. and you are interested in maximizing performance with minimum effort, here is something that will interest you! My colleague Daniel Zabawa and I have written a paper, "How...

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MASS v6.0 -- High performance math libraries for POWER7

Originally posted by: Robert Enenkel Mathematical Acceleration Subsystem (MASS) Version 6.0 for AIX has been released. This high performance suite of elementary and special mathematical functions contains two new libraries tuned for the IBM POWER7 processor, and exploiting the POWER7 VSX...

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MASS high-performance mathematical function libraries

Originally posted by: Robert Enenkel Hello -- I'm the technical leader for the IBM MASS math libraries. MASS stands for Mathematical Acceleration Subsystem, and consists of libraries of mathematical functions specifically tuned for optimum performance on various computing platforms. MASS was...

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