Boost.SIMD: Generic programming for portable SIMDization

  title={Boost.SIMD: Generic programming for portable SIMDization},
  author={Pierre Est{\'e}rie and Mathias Gaunard and Jo{\"e}l Falcou and Jean-Thierry Laprest{\'e} and Brigitte Rozoy},
  journal={2012 21st International Conference on Parallel Architectures and Compilation Techniques (PACT)},
SIMD extensions have been a feature of choice for processor manufacturers for a couple of decades. Designed to exploit data parallelism in applications at the instruction level, these extensions still require a high level of expertise or the use of potentially fragile compiler support or vendor-specific libraries. While a large fraction of their theoretical accelerations can be obtained using such tools, exploiting such hardware becomes tedious as soon as application portability across hardware… CONTINUE READING
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