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    Re: Calling CPU kernels with lower overhead!

    Thanks for the explanation. I understand now.
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    Re: Calling CPU kernels with lower overhead!

    In my book Open CL is the most innovative design in computing science for the last 10 years. I think that although it was designed to address GPUs, it will ultimately make the biggest difference for the world of CPU. Just the fact that you can virtually ship your application with a compiler included opens a great amount of possibilities.

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    Re: Calling CPU kernels with lower overhead!

    Hi,

    +1 on this sggestion.

    Dynamic to-native compilation resulting to target-device optimized code would be great asset. Even (and especially) when not requiring the parallel potential on that portion.

    We have made our own breakthroughs on structurizing the code-generation in certain simple fashion. OpenCL seems already provide very interesting concepts on parallelism.

    This feature sounds like a basis for the solution where we could move most (if not all) of our generation targets on OpenCL, even in cases where we know and truly want to focus on CPU only.

    Kalle Launiala

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