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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
In 1994, the first multimedia extension, MAX-1, was introduced to general-purpose processors by HP. Almost ten years have passed, the present means of accessing the computing power of multimedia extensions are still limited to mostly assembly programming and the use of system libraries and intrinsic functions. Because of the similarity between multimedia extensions and vector processors, it is believed that traditional vectorization can be used to compile multimedia extensions. Can traditionaldoi:10.1007/978-3-540-24644-2_27 fatcat:6kvh3jldr5e67bvjncgc3g5s2y