Just a reminder to myself about how to install the different libs (because some pages were simply wrong about that…)
Here is my implementation of the paper: “Fast Exponential Computation on SIMD Architectures” https://www.researchgate.net/publication/272178514_Fast_Exponential_Computation_on_SIMD_Architectures This code has been taken from Inastemp ( https://gitlab.mpcdf.mpg.de/bbramas/inastemp ) which is under MIT licence.
I was developing an application that uses OpenMP, and I decided to parallelize a part of it using another library. However, the resulting performance was very bad! It took me some time to realize that OpenMP still uses spin locks… Read more[OpenMP][Thread] Mixing openmp threads and another runtime, do not forget the wait policy!
This tool is a must know application. It lets manage different versions of a program very easily. However, some people still do not know about it, mainly because there are a lot of by-hand solutions proposed in various forums.
Just for the fun, I put here the code of an application that moves to clipboard what it receives from input.
I did a presentation about C++11 to give an overview (targeting non C++ users) here are the slides and the code example.
In this post I put the code of a bitonic sort in distributed memory. The method are templatized so you can use it as you like. Be aware that this version needs a number of processes that is a power… Read more[C++][Mpi] Bitonic parallel Sort (Bitonic Sorting network in parallel)
Because it took me 5 minutes to make the right command (do we use a pipe or not, do we put at the end or not, etc….), I write it here (for me like a post-it): So this command will… Read moreBash-Linux Counting lines of files in subdirectories
I few weeks ago I wanted to use unit test. But when I was searching for a framework easy to use, fast, that do not need to be installed 10 libs to make it working etc… Well I did not… Read moreC++ – Unit test – easy, one file, basic, simple
I use this post in order to register to Google my MS reports. They are hosted at http://hpcpp.com/data/academique/: 2010, 2009, 2008. It includes my work during my internship in Kaist and Inria.