In overall, I reallydefend these verifications and for many kinds ofapplications, not just real-time or
mission critical,they are needed.
Verification of all input parameters, regardless of Debug or Release configurations, is a commonpractice and
it guarantees that a processing inside of a functionstarts with all right values.Intel's approach is right and a stability
of an application that uses IPPisa Top-Priority for Intel, I think.
Do these verificationsaffect aperformance of your computations?
Ifsome software crashesbecause oflack of verifications, for example Adobe,many userswill be unhappy.
Thanks for the comments. I checked with our developer. Theymade a similar point:
"IPP release still include debug code - No, it does not.the verficationare needed."