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Programming/SIMD
The Intel P6 core, introduced with the Pentium Pro processor and used in all current Intel processors, features a RISC-like microarchitecture and an out-of-order execution unit, representing a radical shift from previous designs. The P6's new...
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Programming/SIMD
The following table lists the Instruction Sets supported by each processor. Processor MMX Extended MMX SSE SSE2 3DNow! Intel Pentium Intel Pentium MMX ...
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Programming/SIMD
The following table summarizes the latencies of MMX/iSSE instructions on the Intel Pentium III and Pentium 4 processors, and on the AMD Athlon processor: Instruction Pentium III Pentium 4 AMD Athlon MOVD mm,r32 1...
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Programming/SIMD
The recent arrival of the Intel Pentium 4 processor has generated the usual flurry of benchmarks and comments, most of them emphasizing that current software does not fully exploit the power of this new architecture (click here for an overview...
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Programming/SIMD
The forthcoming Intel Pentium 4 processor (code-named Willamette) will feature a new set of SIMD instructions that improve the capabilities of both the MMX and SSE instruction sets. The key benefits of SSE2 are that MMX instructions can work...
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Programming/SIMD
Data referenced by a program can have temporal (data will be used again) or spatial (data will be in adjacent locations, such as the same cache line) locality, but some multimedia data types are referenced once and not reused in the immediate...
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Programming/SIMD
A basic building block operation in geometry involves computing divisions and square roots. For instance, transformation often involves dividing each x, y, z coordinate by the W perspective coordinate; normalization is another common geometry...
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Programming/SIMD
LDMXCSR loads the SSE control and status register from memory, while STMXCSR stores it to memory. FXSAVE saves FP, MMX and SSE state to memory, while FXRSTOR loads it from memory.
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Programming/GPGPU
Many notebooks on the market feature switchable graphics, that is, a notebook with an Intel CPU with built-in HD Graphics technology, as well as an additional AMD HD Radeon GPU or nVidia GeForce GPU. During normal usage, just the Intel HD...
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Programming/Web
Sometimes, this site goes down, and the following homepage appears: The jos_session gets corrupted, a frequent issue with Joomla 1.5.x installations. Luckily, fixing this issue is quite simple, just log into the phpMyAdmin site (usually at the...
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Programming/Software
We recently heard about two really far branches in our codebase. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is finding the changes and merging them. So I try a GIT diff within Atlassian SourceTree, my GIT client of choice, and the result is...
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Programming/Software
I have just released the new version of the AltaLux plug-in for IrfanView on GitHub, clone it now! There are some good reasons for taking a peek: having a look at how to write a plugin for IrfanView discovering how the AltaLux algorithm...
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Various/Audio
As the yearly dynamic range day is close (March 31st), let's have a look at one of the biggest audio massacres of the year, Ed Sheeran's "Castle on the hill". First time I heard the song, I thought my headphones just got broken, it's really that...
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