I'm new to using the MKL, having just joined the 8.0 beta program and am sitting down to play with it. I'm in the process of creating a C++-based linear algebra library and am attracted to the performance and feature set provided by MKL. In doing so, I need to understand the storage requirements expected by the library.
In general what is the default/expected storage order? Is it FORTRAN-style (column major) or C-style (row-major)?
I see that the C-BLAS interface allows you to specify either storage order for BLAS operations. Is there an equivalent interface for the LAPACK routines? (Quite a bit of our work will be done using LAPACK functionality, and so it might make sense for our library to use the same storage order as that expected by LAPACK.)
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