Covering key and unique architectural features of the Intel Itanium processor that make it the platform of choice for high-quality numerical software, this reference provides examples of typical floating-point computations presented in assembly and/or high-level languages. The book discusses run-time support for scientific and engineering computation and support for high-precision results. It explains the selection of kernel libraries for numerical calculations and the role of language tools available on Itanium-based platforms for C/C++ and Fortran 90. Also covered is porting scientific and engineering software from other platforms to those based on Itanium processors.
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Publisher: Intel Press
Page Count (est.): 406
Pub Date: 1/29/2003