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I have a question concerning [[intel::max_concurrency(n)]] and cannot find an answer in the reference guide.
Is the loop with this directive scheduled at run-time on FPGAs or compile-time by the compiler? Based on the optimization report, the resources are estimated or determined at compile-time, of course. But it's not very clear, whether the iterations in the loop are dynamically scheduled at run-time, or scheduled already at compile-time, or other possibilities?
Many thanks in advance!
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