Martin J. O'Riordan

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Executive Summary: The aim of this report is: • to give the reader a model of time and space overheads implied by use of various C++ language and library features, • to debunk widespread myths about performance problems, • to present techniques for use of C++ in applications where performance matters, and • to present techniques for implementing C++(More)
Executive Summary: The aim of this report is: • to give the reader a model of time and space overheads implied by use of various C++ language and library features, • to debunk widespread myths about performance problems, • to present techniques for use of C++ in applications where performance matters, and • to present techniques for implementing C++(More)
Executive Summary: The aim of this report is: • to give the reader a model of time and space overheads implied by use of various C++ language and library features, • to debunk widespread myths about performance problems, • to present techniques for use of C++ in applications where performance matters, and • to present techniques for implementing C++(More)
—The degree of DLP parallelism in applications is not fixed and varies due to different computational characteristics of applications. On the contrary, most of the processors today include single-width SIMD (vector) hardware to exploit DLP. However, single-width SIMD architectures may not be optimal to serve applications with varying DLP and they may cause(More)
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