Tag Archives: Libraries

Intel Releases BigDL Deep Learning Framework

Accelerated Big Data code development, performance for Apache Spark Intel has unveiled BigDL, an open-source deep learning library for Apache Spark. It allows users to write their deep learning applications as standard Spark programs, which can run on top of existing Spark or Hadoop clusters, the company says. The BigDL framework is available on GitHub. […]

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Getting Started with PyDAAL on Linux

Data mining and machine learning are just two of the in-high-demand functions that PyDAAL can ease coding for. Read this blog by David Bolton to learn how to get started. The package PyDAAL is Intel’s Data Analytics Acceleration Library (DAAL) for python and provides interfaces to it. DAAL provides building blocks for data management, data […]

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Want Faster Code Faster? Check Out Parallel Studio XE?

Modern code needs to be both threaded and vectorized to get the most out of today’s multicore systems. The fastest way to get there is to take advantage of the libraries and tools that comprise Intel’s Parallel Studio XE (PSXE). This brief video demonstrates the benefits of PSXE while designing, building, verifying and tuning code […]

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Intel Python… and some Lesser Known Packages

Beyond NumPy and SciPy, library packages that deliver useful functions Intel Python comes with approximately 95 of the Anaconda packages compared to the 700 available with Anaconda. If you install the full Anaconda you get 150 packages and the rest can be installed using conda. If you want to see what packages are installed by […]

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String Handling with Intel Integrated Performance Primitives (IPP)

Using Parallel Studio library to simplify string processing

In this video tutorial, Slashdot Media Contributing Editor David Bolton looks at the broad range of string functions the Intel IPP library accelerate for C, C++ and C# coders.

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