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Autophi Run-Code Project

The goal is an interoperable code that works with ARM processing along side 86-64. make your own changes and improvements using the project here! Target FPGA Target Arm Target any Cpu.


Editable Visual Studio Project

Edit and modify any way you want. Code Specific and License Free!

Tutorials

Start with Autophi Nodes

Run One or Unlimited Processes as you like.

Documentation

Target 64

This project is as functional as you like. You are in control with the entire commands.

Target 86

Specific and non generic phy response and code directed for specific processors.

Edit for Arm

Integrate and modify the code into a working model that works as you intend.

Royalty Free

GNU and mit together noted and directed to intentionally share the processing bottle neck.


History with Auto-PHI

The first run of autophi code was to turn on the Intel (R) Xeon PHI (TM) and run code with out MIC>CTRL commands while running all along in a loop of processing. Now that the Buy Invent (TM) Autophi (TM) is coming to availablity we could try this new option of compute in a different light.

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Past Install

Making the Phi turn on and run.

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Past Log file

Making the log run and process..

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Now including C++ Accelerated Massive Parallelism

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