void operator() (const blocked_range
Int begin = r.begin();
Int end = r.end();
Int nIters = end - begin;
ippsFIR_32fc(m_inP + begin, m_outP + begin, nIters, m_stateP);
If I remove the IPP function "ippsFIR_32fc" with "ippsCopy_32f", the multiple thread copy functionality works fine.
Note: I have already use function 'ippSetNumThreads(1)' to set IPP internal OpenMP threads number to 1.
Could you please help me?
Unfortunately, 'caosun' user didn't follow up.The problem was related to a re-usingan FIRstate variable, that is
passed tothe ippiFIR*function,by many TBBthreads...
There is a thread in IPP forum and it looks like 'caosun' resolved the problem.
Sorry, I don't know. It is possible that IPP team was busy with implementing a multithreaded support in IPP libraryinstead of
implementing additional features related to Image and Digital SignalProcessing, etc.
By the way, do you know that IPP team is considering a new release of IPP library withoutmultithreading?
I am interested in the new release of IPP library.
Is there any new features? Could you please give me more information on that?