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Submitted: Feb 06 2013 / 17:09

Explicit threading methods, such as Windows* threads or POSIX* threads, use library calls to create, manage, and synchronize threads. Use of explicit threads requires an almost complete restructuring of affected code. On the other hand, OpenMP* is a set of pragmas, API functions, and environment variables that enable you to incorporate threads into your applications at a relatively high level.
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