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University: University of Glasgow
Sector(s): Information & Communications Technologies, Creative Industries
A high-level programming language for vector processing.
Vector Pascal is an extended version of the popular programming language Pascal which has been designed to make efficient use of the multimedia instruction sets of recent microprocessors from AMD, Intel and other manufacturers. It has a SIMD (Single Instruction stream, Multiple Data stream) compiler which supports parallel vector operations, loop unrolling and common sub-expression removal.
Other features include:
The compiler is available under an Open Source Software license. The software can be downloaded from the SourceForge web site.
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