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mkl_sparse_?_export_bsr

Exports BSR matrix from internal representation.

Syntax

sparse_status_t mkl_sparse_s_export_bsr
(
const
sparse_matrix_t
source
,
sparse_index_base_t
*indexing
,
sparse_layout_t
*block_layout
,
MKL_INT
*rows
,
MKL_INT
*cols
,
MKL_INT
*block_size
,
MKL_INT
**rows_start
,
MKL_INT
**rows_end
,
MKL_INT
**col_indx
,
float
**values
);
sparse_status_t mkl_sparse_d_export_bsr
(
const
sparse_matrix_t
source
,
sparse_index_base_t
*indexing
,
sparse_layout_t
*block_layout
,
MKL_INT
*rows
,
MKL_INT
*cols
,
MKL_INT
*block_size
,
MKL_INT
**rows_start
,
MKL_INT
**rows_end
,
MKL_INT
**col_indx
,
double
**values
);
sparse_status_t mkl_sparse_c_export_bsr
(
const
sparse_matrix_t
source
,
sparse_index_base_t
*indexing
,
sparse_layout_t
*block_layout
,
MKL_INT
*rows
,
MKL_INT
*cols
,
MKL_INT
*block_size
,
MKL_INT
**rows_start
,
MKL_INT
**rows_end
,
MKL_INT
**col_indx
,
MKL_Complex8
**values
);
sparse_status_t mkl_sparse_z_export_bsr
(
const
sparse_matrix_t
source
,
sparse_index_base_t
*indexing
,
sparse_layout_t
*block_layout
,
MKL_INT
*rows
,
MKL_INT
*cols
,
MKL_INT
*block_size
,
MKL_INT
**rows_start
,
MKL_INT
**rows_end
,
MKL_INT
**col_indx
,
MKL_Complex16
**values
);
Include Files
  • mkl_spblas.h
Description
If the matrix specified by the
source
handle is in BSR format, the
mkl_sparse_?_export_bsr
routine exports an
m
-by-
k
matrix
A
in BSR format from the internal representation. The routine returns pointers to the internal representation and does not allocate additional memory.
If the matrix is not already in BSR format, the routine returns
SPARSE_STATUS_INVALID_VALUE
.
Input Parameters
source
Handle containing internal data.
Output Parameters
indexing
Indicates how input arrays are indexed.
SPARSE_INDEX_BASE_ZERO
Zero-based (C-style) indexing: indices start at 0.
SPARSE_INDEX_BASE_ONE
One-based (Fortran-style) indexing: indices start at 1.
block_layout
Specifies layout of blocks:
SPARSE_LAYOUT_ROW_MAJOR
Storage of elements of blocks uses row major layout.
SPARSE_LAYOUT_COLUMN_MAJOR
Storage of elements of blocks uses column major layout.
rows
Number of block rows of the matrix
source
.
cols
Number of columns of the matrix
source
. Number of block columns of matrix
source
.
block_size
Size of the block in matrix
source
.
rows_start
Pointer to array of length
m
. This array contains row indices, such that
rows_start
[
i
]
-
ind
is the first index of block row
i
in the arrays
values
and
col_indx
.
ind
takes 0 for zero-based indexing and 1 for one-based indexing.
Refer to
pointerB
array description in CSR Format for more details.
rows_end
Pointer to array of length
m
. This array contains row indices, such that
rows_end
[
i
]
-
ind
- 1 is the last index of block row
i
in the arrays
values
and
col_indx
.
ind
takes 0 for zero-based indexing and 1 for one-based indexing.
Refer to
pointerE
array description in CSR Format for more details.
col_indx
For one-based indexing, pointer to array containing the column indices plus one for each non-zero blocks of the matrix
source
. For zero-based indexing, pointer to array containing the column indices for each non-zero blocks of the matrix
source
. Its length is
rows_end
[
m
- 1]
-
ind
[0]
.
ind
takes 0 for zero-based indexing and 1 for one-based indexing.
values
Pointer to array containing non-zero elements of matrix
source
. Its length is equal to length of the
col_indx
array multiplied by
block_size
*
block_size
.
Refer to the
values
array description in BSR Format for more details.
Return Values
The function returns a value indicating whether the operation was successful or not, and why.
SPARSE_STATUS_SUCCESS
The operation was successful.
SPARSE_STATUS_NOT_INITIALIZED
The routine encountered an empty handle or matrix array.
SPARSE_STATUS_ALLOC_FAILED
Internal memory allocation failed.
SPARSE_STATUS_INVALID_VALUE
The input parameters contain an invalid value.
SPARSE_STATUS_EXECUTION_FAILED
Execution failed.
SPARSE_STATUS_INTERNAL_ERROR
An error in algorithm implementation occurred.
SPARSE_STATUS_NOT_SUPPORTED
The requested operation is not supported.

Product and Performance Information

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