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  • 07/15/2020
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?sum1

Forms the 1-norm of the complex vector using the true absolute value.

Syntax

res
=
scsum1
(
n
,
cx
,
incx
)
res
=
dzsum1
(
n
,
cx
,
incx
)
Include Files
  • mkl.fi
Description
Given a complex vector
cx
,
scsum1
/
dzsum1
functions take the sum of the absolute values of vector elements and return a single/double precision result, respectively. These functions are based on
scasum
/
dzasum
from Level 1 BLAS, but use the true absolute value and were designed for use with
clacon
/
zlacon
.
Input Parameters
n
INTEGER
.
Specifies the number of elements in the vector
cx
.
cx
COMPLEX
for
scsum1
DOUBLE COMPLEX
for dzsum1
Array, size at least
(1+(
n
-1)*abs
(
incx
))
.
Contains the input vector whose elements will be summed.
incx
INTEGER
.
Specifies the spacing between successive elements of
cx
(
incx
> 0).
Output Parameters
res
REAL
for
scsum1
DOUBLE PRECISION
for
dzsum1
Sum of absolute values.

Product and Performance Information

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