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Avx throttling (Part I) - UPDATED

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SIMD instruction Modern CPUs contain so-called vector extensions or SIMD instructions. SIMD stands for Single Instruction Multiple Data. For x86-64 CPUs exam...

The one with shrinking structure (Part II)

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In the last post we have been looking on to how size of data, specifically packet descriptors, impacts processing performance. As it turns out, reducing data...

The one with multi-versioning (Part II)

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In the last post we have focused on popcount operation and function multi-versioning. In this post I show shortcomings of multi-versioning usied with popcnt ...

The one with multi-versioning (Part I)

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Introduction In previous post I have described benefits of inlining and surprising impact of some compilation flags using Find First Set as an example. Today...

The one with compiler flag magic

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Introduction At some point in the project I’m working on, I have noticed that variable-size bit set implementation is minor, but still performance bottleneck...

The one with shrinking structure (Part I)

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Nowadays real-world applications of C++ gets smaller and more specialised every day. It was decided almost by acclamation that business logic in new projects...

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