Posts tagged ‘TBB’

TBB Mandelbrot Set

In an earlier post, I created a simple prime finding program using Intel’s TBB (Thread Building Block). The main benefit of using TBB is that threading and thread synchronization mechanism are abstracted away within the TBB library so we do not need to deal with threads explicitly. Also, TBB is optimized for performance and scales nicely as the number of processing unit increases. Continue reading ‘TBB Mandelbrot Set’ »

A Simple TBB Program: TBB Prime

I have been playing around with Intel’s Threading Building Block for a while and have started to really appreciate its simplicity and elegance: Instead of thinking in threads and thread synchronizations, one can just simply concentrate on the problem on the hand. Continue reading ‘A Simple TBB Program: TBB Prime’ »

Develop TBB Using KDevelop and Code::Blocks

I have been playing around with Intel’s open source TBB (Threading Building Block) recently. Continue reading ‘Develop TBB Using KDevelop and Code::Blocks’ »

TBB Benchmarks

Since I started using Ubuntu 8.04 as my main operating system, I have been trying to obtain some benchmark information for my month-old new build. Continue reading ‘TBB Benchmarks’ »