Get Started with Intel® Math Kernel Library
- Linear algebra
- Fast Fourier transforms (FFT)
- Vector math
- Direct and iterative sparse solvers
- Random number generators
Step 1: Install Intel® MKL
Step 2: Select a function/routine
The Developer Guide contains detailed information on several topics including:
Use the LAPACK Function Finding Advisor to explore LAPACK routines that are useful for a particular problem. For example, if you specify an operation as:
Routine type: Computational
Computational problem: orthogonal factorization
Matrix type: general
Operation: perform QR factorization
Additional property of the operation: factorize without pivoting
The advisor displays the descriptions of several routines that match the requested operation. You can compare the results and select an appropriate routine for the operation.
Step 3: Link your code
Training and Additional Documentation
Intel® MKL Training courses
The release notes contain information specific to the latest release of Intel® MKL including new and changed features. The release notes include links to principal online information resources related to the release. You can also find information on:
Related documentation, such as performance data, application notes, and examples.
The Intel® MKL product page. See this page for support and online documentation.