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Intel Concurrent Collections

Intel Concurrent Collections is an extension of the C++ Standard Library for parallel programming. The library provides a set of data containers and algorithms to help with the development of applications that can take advantage of multi-core processors. It includes thread-safe fixed-size arrays, linked lists, and hash tables. Intel Concurrent Collections helps developers create high-performance software by automatically distributing tasks across available cores without explicit threading or synchronization constructs in the algorithm code.

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