[ODE] ODE and SIMD
hhristov at delin.org
Mon Nov 27 06:02:34 MST 2006
Rodrigo Hernandez wrote:
> SIMD is the acronym for "Single Instruction, Multiple Data", to make the
> story short, its SSE(1-3) on Intel (and also 3dNow! on AMD) and
> Altivec(am I correct?) on PowerPC.
> There are no plans at the moment, which means feel free to implement it
> yourself and contribute the code to the project if so you wish to do.
Well, i'm afraid i'm not too deep in ODE source at all and probably i'll
fail if i try to do that only by myself. It is good to make a plan about
that i.e. what exactly is needed - ode math simd support only or more
deep change. For collision libraries change i think it is better to ask
the authors of GIMPACT and OPCODE ... or developers that knows exactly
where we can speed up the stuff.
> Francisco Leon wrote:
>> Is SIMD a Linear Algebra library?
>> --- Hristo Hristov <hhristov at delin.org> wrote:
>>> Is it planned ODE to use SIMD for faster collision
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