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  • 07/15/2020
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Convolution and Correlation Naming Conventions

The names of routines in the convolution and correlation API are written in lowercase (
vslsconvexec
), while the names of Fortran types and constants are written in uppercase. The names are not case-sensitive.
The names of routines have the following structure:
vsl
[
datatype
]{
conv
|
corr
}<
base name
>
 
 
 
where
  • vsl
    is a prefix indicating that the routine belongs to Intel
    ®
    MKL Vector Statistics.
  • [
    datatype
    ]
    is optional. If present, the symbol specifies the type of the input and output data and can be
    s
    (for single precision real type),
    d
    (for double precision real type),
    c
    (for single precision complex type), or
    z
    (for double precision complex type).
  • Conv
    or
    Corr
    specifies whether the routine refers to convolution or correlation task, respectively.
  • <base name>
    field specifies a particular functionality that the routine is designed for, for example,
    NewTask
    ,
    DeleteTask
    .

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