Users are often surprised when the same application run on the same data doesn’t give the same result. (WTH?) Welcome to floating-point arithmetic—an inexact and inherently uncertain approximation that’s great … except for when it isn’t. Like for critical functions that require exact reproducibility such as finance, quality assurance, and legal stuff.
This webinar addresses the dilemma and shows you how to build a serial application that delivers repeatable results …
- When simply rerunning the same binary executable
- For debug builds and release-optimized builds
- When targeting or running on different processor types
In addition, learn the conditions under which reproducible results can be obtained for parallel applications making use of the Intel® Compiler with OpenMP* and key Intel® Performance Libraries: Intel® Math Kernel Library, Threading Building Blocks, and Intel® MPI.