It consists of a template-based runtime library to help you harness the latent performance of multicore processors. Use Intel TBB to write scalable applications that:. After installing Intel TBB, you need to set the environment variables. Includes information on the following topics:.
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I would have liked to read some "beginner's tutorial" on TBB to help me figure this out, but there don't seem to be any beginner tutorials around. TBB has a help reference doc that is pretty useful to get started. Below is some sample code. The link above contains examples for some of the more interesting functionality too.
Learn more. Asked 7 years, 6 months ago. Active 3 years, 6 months ago. Viewed 7k times. Not something done with loops. I used bools as an example,in reality I'm trying to perform a View Frustum culling check,but for a lot of things I could also use multithreading functionality. Okay, I just edited the code to make it clear that the operation isn't trivial. I made up some terms there since I don't do 3D programming Active Oldest Votes.
Intel's Thread Building Blocks: HowTo
Tutorial: Develop an Application with Intel® Threading Building Blocks
This document gives a quick example of how to use Intel's Thread Building Blocks, by means of a simple example. The example is available as a tarball here. The files are also available as syntax-highlighted HTML here fatals. The latter portion of this document assumes the reader is following along using the syntax-highlighted Makefile and main. Log into the machine on which you would like to use TBB this example uses an eight-processor xbased machine called clover , and create a directory in which your TBB install will reside you do NOT need root permissions on your machine. Copy or move the tarball to whatever directory you made above. The compile doesn't seem to be parallel-friendly, so don't specify any -j options.
Learn about the Intel® Threading Building Blocks library
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Getting Started with Intel® Threading Building Blocks (Intel® TBB)