This course will introduce you to the multiple forms of parallelism found in modern Intel architecture processors and teach you the programming frameworks for handling this parallelism in applications. You will get access to a cluster of modern manycore processors (Intel Xeon Phi architecture) for experiments with graded programming exercises.
Fundamentals of Parallelism on Intel Architecture
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A very good course with excellent material to enhance your knowledge. The quality of some videos could be improved (sudden changes/gaps).
This was a very good experience and I will get additional marks for this in Computer Architecture Thanks to Coursera
Nice course, really enjoyed every challenge in the course. Well laid out goals for a Computer Science student.
It was a nice course. I got a chance to learn many things, and worked really hard to complete the course.
Best Course for me as a beginner in understanding the concepts of parallel programming.
The course was a wonderful insight into the world of parallelism. Thanks for the same.
Very good course highly recommend, wish they continued the series to higher levels.
I HAVE LEARNT A LOT FROM THIS COURSE AND GOT COMPLETE KNOWLEDGE ABOUT PARALLELISM
the course was amazing and i get to learn a lot of new things through this course
best learning space but too costly would be more helpful if less than 10 dollars
Had an amazing learning session with this course material. Thans to Coursera.
No other alternative here, basically. Where are other courses from series?
I Think This is tyhe one of thebest useful courses to learn.Keep Learning
Please bring advance courses by Intel also such as FPGA based courses.
Highly informative course with a steep learning curve but fruitful.
An excellent course with great exercises. Highly recommended
A very, very helpful course for learning parallel computing.
Overall Nice experience during the whole course duration.
Good course. Assignments need to be explained clearly.
very nice course, good lecturer! I really enjoyed it!