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Explore Intel’s efforts in leading the rearchitecture of Open Shading Language* (OSL*) to leverage the power of Intel AVX-512 on Intel SIMD hardware. Learn about software engineering techniques used in SIMD OSL including strategic memory layout for OSL datatypes, masking for divergent control flows, and addition of an LLVM backend for vector code generation.

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