back to article Boffins automate code optimisation for multi-core CPUs

Researchers at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) and Stony Brook University reckon they've found a way to automatically adapt dynamic optimisation code for multi-core CPUs, potentially removing the need for hand-coding of some tricky problems. As explained by the CSAIL and in the paper …

  1. Paul Johnston

    How much?

    “... hope that end-users with some mathematical background will be able to use the system without the steep learning curve that is usually associated with proof assistants.

    Another reasons for encouraging your children to take up maths as if one were needed.

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