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Task Configuration Routines

In order to configure tasks, you can use task editors and task query routines.
Task editors initialize or change the predefined Data Fitting task parameters. You can use task editors to initialize or modify pointers to arrays or parameter values.
Task editors can be task-specific or generic. Task-specific editors can modify more than one parameter related to a specific task. Generic editors modify a single parameter at a time.
The Data Fitting component of
Intel® oneAPI Math Kernel Library
provides the following task editors:
Data Fitting Task Editors
Editor
Description
Type
Changes parameters of the piecewise polynomial spline.
Task-specific
Changes a pointer in the task descriptor.
Generic
Changes a value in the task descriptor.
Generic
Changes a coordinate of data represented in matrix format, such as a vector-valued function or spline coefficients.
Generic
Task query routines are used to read the predefined Data Fitting task parameters. You can use task query routines to read the values of pointers or parameters.
Task query routines are generic (not task-specific), allowing you to read a single parameter at a time.
The Data Fitting component of the
Intel® oneAPI Math Kernel Library
provides the following task query routines:
Data Fitting Task Query Routines
Editor
Description
Type
Queries a pointer in the task descriptor.
Generic
Queries a value in the task descriptor.
Generic
Queries a coordinate of data represented in matrix format, such as a vector-valued function or spline coefficients.
Generic

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