I am using Intel Parallel Studio XE 2015 (Update 1) Composer Edition for FORTRAN in conjunction with Visual Studio 2012. I am encountering an annoying problem.
I believe that I have have some code that runs on the mic natively, as I was using the micload a couple of weeks ago.
Previously I talked about the value of the new Map() object which was introduced in ES6.
Calling `cluster_sparse_sovler` with `-DMKL_ILP64`, where the input matrix is distributed with `iparm=2`, produces the following:
We are planning to use Intel® Pentium® Processor N3700 based NUC for our development. It has Gen 8, Intel® HD Graphics unit.