“Unusual uses of SSE2” posted to github

In this month’s frenzy of putting source code out there in a usable form, I’ve posted source to github for the SSE2 implementations of string search, BNDM search, sorting [16] doubles, and bit-matrix transpose; plus some convenience tools for SSE2.

About mischasan

I've had the privilege to work in a field where abstract thinking has concrete value. That applies at the macro level --- optimizing actions on terabyte database --- or the micro level --- fast parallel string searches in memory. You can find my documents on production-system radix sort (NOT just for academics!) and some neat little tricks for developers, on my blog https://mischasan.wordpress.com My e-mail sig (since 1976): Engineers think equations approximate reality. Physicists think reality approximates the equations. Mathematicians never make the connection.
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2 Responses to “Unusual uses of SSE2” posted to github

  1. mischasan says:

    Whoops! Apologies to anyone who tried that link … NOW the source code is there (blush). You’d think I’d know better than to spell “push” with two ells.

  2. sanmayce says:

    Mischa, you are welcome at homepage of my latest best:
    If you have an idea of making a mix of your SSE2 and my Railgun_Sekireigan_Bari please go for it, I will be glad to see the monster.

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