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x86 auto-parallelizer

david_livshin
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Hi,

I designed and implemented code auto-parallelization technology - see

http://www.dalsoft.com/documentation_auto_parallelization.html

for the description of the x86 implementation of the auto-parallelizer ( the implementation is OO and can be used in different environments, e.g. back-end of a compiler, stand-alone tool etc. for various CPU/DSP targets ).

I would like to solicit comments and suggestions from the members of this group as to how to improve the above web page:

  • offer benchmarks/applications that I shall try to parallelize
  • point out the cases of the code of some importance that can not be parallelized by the existing tools ( e.g. icc ) - I will attempt to parallelize it using my parallelizer
  • recommend additional information that shall be added to the article

Thank you,

David


http://www.dalsoft.com
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jose-jesus-ambriz-me
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It's see very interesting, let me see.
This link (http://www.dalsoft.com/documentation_compare_compilers.html) need more processors to compare.

Best regards.


Quoting - david.livshin
Hi,

I designed and implemented code auto-parallelization technology - see

http://www.dalsoft.com/documentation_auto_parallelization.html

for the description of the x86 implementation of the auto-parallelizer ( the implementation is OO and can be used in different environments, e.g. back-end of a compiler, stand-alone tool etc. for various CPU/DSP targets ).

I would like to solicit comments and suggestions from the members of this group as to how to improve the above web page:

  • offer benchmarks/applications that I shall try to parallelize
  • point out the cases of the code of some importance that can not be parallelized by the existing tools ( e.g. icc ) - I will attempt to parallelize it using my parallelizer
  • recommend additional information that shall be added to the article

Thank you,

David


http://www.dalsoft.com

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