Understanding Intel's GEN Assembly For OpenCL Kernels
Written by Michael Larabel in Intel on 25 January 2016 at 03:16 PM EST. 1 Comment
INTEL --
If you are interested in learning about Intel's GEN Assembly for being able to optimize and debug OpenCL kernels running on Intel's graphics hardware, there's a new Intel Developer Zone post explaining their Assembly.

Robert Loffe of Intel wrote this lengthy post a few days back as an introduction to their GEN Assembly code. Via Intel's SDK tools for OpenCL they allow easily dumping the generated Assembly code for analysis.

To learn more about their GEN Assembly, visit software.intel.com.
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