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Intel(R) Parallel Studio XE 2017 emulator for linux (SDE)

Nir_H_
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Hi all,

I hope i am at the currect forum..

I am a newbe for Parallel Studio,

I Trying to understand if there is a emulator that i can use and download that emulates the use of Xeon Phi Coprocessors.

As far as i know, I had found that there is a a SDE (sde-external-7.49.0-2016-07-07-lin.tar.bz2) that i can use.

Are there any pre requirements to this installation ?

What linux platform should i use ( or what is the most prefered by intel) ?

What does thhis SDE gives me ?

Is this SDE can emulate the use of multiple cores and the use of threads parallelism ?

And the last question, What is the best or prefered IDE that i can use ?

Thanks,

Nir Hadar

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AdyT_Intel
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Intel SDE is an application level emulator that allow you to run application that has new instructions as if they are supported by the current CPU.

Intel SDE is provided for both Windows and Linux. The SDE web page in the Intel Developer Zone is here: https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/intel-software-development-emulator

On Linux you can run it on any Linux distribution from the last few years (Ubuntu/Fedora/Suse) and on Windows you need an OS version from Windows 7 or newer.

More information is available in the SDE page including a link to the download page.

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