Paul M. Grey

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Recent extensions to the Intel® Architecture feature the SIMD technique to enhance the performance of computational intensive applications that perform the same operation on different elements in a data set. To date, much of the code that exploits these extensions has been hand-coded. The task of the programmer is substantially simplified, however, if a(More)
The MMXTM technology and SSE/SSE2 (streaming-SIMDextensions) introduced a variety of SIMD instructions that can exploit data parallelism in numerical and multimedia applications. In particular, new saturation and clipping instructions can boost the performance of applications that make extensive use of such operations. Unfortunately, due to the lack of(More)
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