By Endong Wang,Qing Zhang,Bo Shen,Guangyong Zhang,Xiaowei Lu,Qing Wu,Yajuan Wang

The target of this booklet is to give an explanation for to high-performance computing (HPC) builders find out how to make the most of the Intel® Xeon Phi™ sequence items successfully. for that reason, it introduces a few computing grammar, programming expertise and optimization tools for utilizing many-integrated-core (MIC) structures and in addition deals information and methods for genuine use, according to the authors’ first-hand optimization experience.

The fabric is geared up in 3 sections. the 1st part, “Basics of MIC”, introduces the basics of MIC structure and programming, together with the explicit Intel MIC programming setting. subsequent, the part on “Performance Optimization” explains normal MIC optimization options, that are then illustrated step by step utilizing the classical parallel programming instance of matrix multiplication. eventually, “Project improvement” offers a suite of functional and experience-driven tools for utilizing parallel computing in program tasks, together with find out how to be certain if a serial or parallel CPU software is appropriate for MIC and the way to transplant a application onto MIC.

This e-book appeals to 2 major audiences: First, software program builders for HPC purposes – it is going to permit them to completely take advantage of the MIC structure and therefore in achieving the intense functionality often  required in organic genetics, scientific imaging, aerospace, meteorology and different parts of HPC. moment, scholars and researchers engaged in parallel and high-performance computing – it is going to consultant them on tips on how to push the bounds of approach functionality for HPC functions.

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