This article is a practical guide on using Intel® Threading Building Blocks (TBB) and OpenMP libraries for C++ based on the example of delivering parallel scalable code that implements Burrows-Wheeler Transformation (BWT) algorithm.
Ouellet Convex Hull is currently the only ‘Online’ Convex Hull in O(log h) per point, where 'Online' stands for dynamically add one point at a time. Based on our own test against many other algorithm implementations, including Chan and Voronoi/Delaunay, it appears to be the fastest one.
A totally new version of the article I wrote many years ago called "There and Back Again or Stepping Through the JIT Thunk Layer" but this time examines 64-bit processes and V4.0 of Microsoft's .NET runtime.
In this article, we will describe how information generated on data acquisition devices connected to servers running Windows Server 2003 can be efficiently integrated into Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 using Windows PowerShell.
The current article might be useful for users attempting to use NServiceBus. It contains detailed instruction for creating pairs: publisher-subscriber through ServiceMatrix. Solution architects may find this technique useful in many CQRS scenarios as a good alternative to WCF.
In this article, we'll demonstrate an approach the allows to increase the performance (up to 600%) of the code that implements the conventional distribution counting algorithm (DCA) using NVIDIA CUDA 8.0 Runtime API
This article shows how to access Windows API with plain x64 assembly programming language (MASM style). It shall also give an overview, how to apply some programming techniques like OOP and multithreading on a low level.