Intel MKL is a popular math library used by many to create fast and reliable applications in science, engineering, and finance. Do you know it is now available for free (at no cost)? The community licensing program gives anyone, individuals or organizations, free license for the latest version of Intel MKL. There is no royalty for distributing the library in an application. The only restrictions are:
Intel® Math Kernel Library (Intel® MKL) is a highly optimized, extensively threaded, and thread-safe library of mathematical functions for engineering, scientific, and financial applications that require maximum performance. Intel MKL 11.3 packages are now ready for download. Intel MKL is available as part of the Intel® Parallel Studio XE and Intel® System Studio .
Intel® MKL 11.3 introduces the new optimization for different functions, and provides MPI wrappers which support custom MPI* implementations such as Cray* MPI, and IBM* Platform MPI. It adds Sparse Matrix vector Multiplication format support: a new two stage API for sparse BLAS level 2 and level 3 routines. This release also introduces TBB threading layer providing MKL compatibility with TBB based applications. Join us for a webinar learn the new Intel® MKL and Intel® IPP products.
Intel MKL Users,
We would like to Introduce a new feature Intel® MKL Cookbook, an online Document with recipes for assembling Intel MKL routines for solving complex problems.Please give us your valuable feedback on these Cookbook recipes, and let us know if you want us to include more recipes and/or improve existing recipes.
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I am a new user of MKL, and I'm using pardiso to factor a real nonsymmetric matrix. I've successfully run the sample program for this case, and I'm trying to do exactly the same thing, except my calls to pardiso are from a DLL instead of from an EXE. The first call with phase=11 seems to go without trouble and error=0. Then I call pardiso with phase=22 and I get a crash with an "unhandled exception. . . access violation" message.
Does calling pardiso from a DLL require doing anything differently than from an EXE?
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