Nested parallelization may occur if you use a threaded Intel IPP function in a multithreaded application. Nested parallelization may cause performance degradation because of thread oversubscription.
For applications that use OpenMP threading, nested threading is disabled by default, so this is not an issue.
However, if your application uses threading created by a tool other than OpenMP*, you must disable multi-threading in the threaded Intel IPP function to avoid this issue.
Disabling Multi-threading (Recommended)
The best option to disable multi-threading is to link your application with the Intel® IPP single-threaded (non-threaded) libraries included in the default package and discontinue use of the separately downloaded multi-threaded versions.
You may also call the ippSetNumThreads function with parameter 1, but this method may still incur some OpenMP* overhead.
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