Can I use MKL from Java, From C# or from Python or from ......? Many developers may ask the first question when learn Intel MKL. The answer isYES. Then a following question is how to?
Here is briefintrodution about how to use:
Intel MKL is composed of a set of libraries, which support C/C++ and Fortran language. When use MKL from other languages like Java, from C# or from Python, the common method is to build a custom dll based onthe set of mkl libraries. (A build tool is available in the tools/builder sub-directory of the Intel MKL package)
But since Intel MKL 10.3,we introduce a new dynamic library- the Single Dynamic Library interface (SDL interface) mkl_rt.so, which removes the need to create your own custom library.
# Load the share library
# prior to version 10.3, you may use the created.so as below
# mkl = dll.LoadLibrary("./libmy_mkl_py.so")
Moreover, the SDL library allows us link mkl by single library and dynamically select the interface and threading layer for Intel MKL.
>CC application.c mkl_rt.lib
Is it easy, right?
Please click the below KB for more details,
How do I use Intel MKL with Java*?
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