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Imagine you don't know anything about programming, and you want learn how to do it. You take a look at Amazon.com, and there's a highly recommended set of books by Knute or something with a promising title, The Art of Computer Programming, so you buy them. Now imagine that it's more than just a poor choice, but that all the books on programming are at written at that level. That's the situation with books about writing compilers.


ISPC elegantly demonstrates an important future direction for the evolution of CPU Multi-Core SIMD languages, GPU compute languages, data parallel C++ extensions, and embedded application or domain specific compute languages. Specifically, I want to discuss how ISPC exposes thread level programming and separately how ISPC distinctly specifies SPMD iteration ranges.