The documenation for the DO CONCURRENT statement reports that it: "Specifies that there are no data dependencies between the iterations of a DO loop."
If /Qparallel is specified (or the appropriate optimization parameter is set in VS) does this mean that the loop is always parallelized? Does the statement surpress the compiler's examination for dependencies? There must be some other criteria, since the DO CONCURRENT I've put in place of a conventional DO is not being parallelized. There are no dependensices, explicit or implicit.
How does the compiler treat DO CONCURRENT? Is there a place where the details are set down? -- the documentation doesn't provide them.