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Parallel Programming with Microsoft Visual C++

By Campbell, Colin; Miller, Ade

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Title: Parallel Programming with Microsoft Visual C++  
Author: Campbell, Colin; Miller, Ade
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Language: English
Subject: Parallel Programming, C++, Programming
Collections: Online Programming Books
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2011
Publisher: Online Programming Books

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Colin,, & Ade, M. (2011). Parallel Programming with Microsoft Visual C++. Retrieved from http://kindle.worldlibrary.net/


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Description: This support is commonly referred to as the Parallel Patterns Library (PPL). There is also an example of how to use the Asynchronous Agents Library in conjunction with the PPL. You can use the patterns described in this book to improve your application’s performance on multicore computers. Adopting the patterns in your code makes your application run faster today and also helps prepare for future hardware environments, which are expected to have an increasingly parallel computing architecture.

Table of Contents
TOC : Introduction - Parallel Loops - Parallel Tasks - Parallel Aggregation - Futures - Dynamic Task Parallelism - Pipelines.

 

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