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SIMD Programming Manual for Linux and Windows

Cockshott, Paul, Renfrew, Kenneth

2004, XXVI, 352 p.

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"Any scientist or engineer having to analyze any volume of data should read this book. The streaming extensions on today's CPUs come to life with the code that is presented clearly and concisely, and your applications will learn to fly. Thumbs up for Paul Cockshott and Keith Renfrew."

Patrick Van Laake, Ph.D.

Equator Spatial Technologies

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MMX and Streaming SIMD programming Using PCs and Linux

P. Cockshott & K. Renfrew, Springer, 2003

"Vector Pascal represents a major advance in enabling non-experts to exploit the byte-parallel processing capabilities of modern CPUs. Cockshott and Renfrew’s succinct book provides a well-written introduction to contemporary MMX and SIMD technology, and a solid grounding in using Vector Pascal and its tools to develop substantive image processing and graphics applications."

Dr Greg Michaelson

Head of Computer Science

Heriot-Watt University

Riccarton

EH14 4AS

greg@macs.hw.ac.uk

0131 451 3422

 

 

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