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Vectorization and Array Contiguity with the Intel® Fortran Compiler

Subroutine dummy arguments can be pointers or assumed shape arrays, e.g.:

SUBROUTINE SUB(X, Y)     REAL, DIMENSION(:)          :: X  !...

Developer Success Stories Library

Published on August 9, 2018

Intel® Parallel Studio XE | Intel® System Studio  | Intel® Media Server Studio

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Configuration File Format

* NOTE: In reference to the articles “Silent Installation Guide for Intel® Parallel Studio XE for OS X*” and "Silent Installation Guide for Intel...

Install Intel® Parallel Studio XE on Amazon Web Services (AWS)*

Introduction

This article covers the installation steps with troubleshooting and tips for Intel® Parallel Studio XE on Amazon Web Services* (AWS...

An Introduction to MPI-3 Shared Memory Programming

In this article, we present a tutorial on how to start using MPI SHM on multinode systems using Intel® Xeon® and Intel® Xeon Phi™ processors. The...

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Auto-Vectorization of DO CONCURRENT with Multiple Indices

Let's consider the following snippet of code:

SUBROUTINE do_concurrent(n, arr1, arr2) IMPLICIT NONE INTEGER, INTENT(IN) :: n REAL ::...

Intel Parallel Studio XE Evaluation Guide

System Requirements and Prerequisites

To ensure successful installation, please review the release notes and verify that your system has the...

Developer Reference for Intel® Math Kernel Library 2018 - C

Intel® Math Kernel Library is a computing math library of highly optimized, extensively threaded routines for applications that require maximum performance. The library provides Fortran and C programming language interfaces. This document describes function descriptions and calling syntax for the C interface.

 

Developer Reference for Intel® Math Kernel Library 2018 - Fortran

Intel® Math Kernel Library is a computing math library of highly optimized, extensively threaded routines for applications that require maximum performance. The library provides Fortran and C programming language interfaces. This document describes function descriptions and calling syntax for the Fortran interface.

 

Finding your Memory Access performance bottlenecks

 

How your application accesses memory can dramatically impact performance. It is not enough to parallelize your application by adding threads...

EMON User's Guide

EMON is a low-level command-line tool that provides the ability to profile application and system performance. The tool leverages counters from hardware Performance Monitoring Units (PMUs) to collect performance monitoring events.

Sampling Enabling Product User's Guide

This document explains the various options that the Sampling Enabling Product (SEP) provides and how to use them to collect performance data on your application.

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