Developer Reference


Convolution and Correlation Data Types

All convolution or correlation routines use the following types for specifying data objects:
Data Object
Pointer to a task descriptor for convolution
Pointer to a task descriptor for correlation
Input/output user real data in single precision
Input/output user real data in double precision
Input/output user complex data in single precision
Input/output user complex data in double precision
All other data
Generic integer type (without specifying the byte size) is used for all integer data.
The actual size of the generic integer type is platform-dependent. Before you compile your application, set an appropriate byte size for integers. See details in the 'Using the ILP64 Interface vs. LP64 Interface' section of the
Intel® MKL
Developer Guide

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