The long and winding road to high-performance image processing with MMX/SSE

@article{Conte2000TheLA,
  title={The long and winding road to high-performance image processing with MMX/SSE},
  author={G. Conte and Stefano Tommesani and F. Zanichelli},
  journal={Proceedings Fifth IEEE International Workshop on Computer Architectures for Machine Perception},
  year={2000},
  pages={302-310}
}
Recently introduced "SIMD on registers" extensions to commodity microprocessors instruction sets promise (according to the makers) high potential speed-ups for multimedia processing tasks. This paper introduces the complex programming model of MMX/SSE extensions and discusses how the achievement of an effective performance increase over sequential code is no easy task also due to a poor software support. Experiences gained on two real-time image processing projects helped defining a programming… Expand
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