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OpenMP task consuming cpu after completion

Hello

Authored by Jose Antonio Martin Last updated on 08/29/2015 - 09:16
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Recent W10 update may have caused my Intel Android driver to stop working

A W10 update may have temporarily caused a malfunction in Intel drivers

Authored by jordan j. Last updated on 08/29/2015 - 09:13
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need help calling C from Fortran

I am trying to use a numerical library called UMFPACK.  20 years ago it was all fortran, but today it's in C.  The attached fortran file is a supplied sample Main program to demonstrate calling umf

Authored by Brian Murphy Last updated on 08/29/2015 - 09:09
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System Requirement = Windows XP

This may sound dumb, but I find Intel's web pages a little awkward to navigate, so I can't find the information that I want.

Authored by Repeat Offender Last updated on 08/29/2015 - 08:50
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MKL-DSS-DSS-Error, reordering problem

I am trying to solve a sparse system of equations but I am getting this error "MKL-DSS-DSS-Error, reordering problem" without any more specifics on what the error is.

Authored by Naveen P. Last updated on 08/29/2015 - 07:23
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Why MIC requires strict data alignment? How about auto vectorize of unaligned data?

MIC requires strict 64Byte data alignment to utilize vpu, but why? I found Sparc also have such an requirement. But other multi-core CPU can handle unaligned data.

Authored by Hao L. Last updated on 08/29/2015 - 06:23
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Help Using Lapack for Getting Least Squares Fit Polynomial Coefficients

Hello all,

Authored by Robert G. Last updated on 08/28/2015 - 22:25
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Intel MKL 11.3 IFFT bug?

Hi,

Authored by Etienne C. Last updated on 08/28/2015 - 22:24
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Confusion over Parallel Studio 2016 licensing?

I have current maintenance and support for Windows and Linux Parallel Studio 2016 until Jan 2017. The license is a single user license. ( not floating).

Authored by vasci_ Last updated on 08/28/2015 - 21:41
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Doctor Fortran in "We All Live in a Yellow Submodule"

This article introduces the implementation of the submodule feature coming to Intel® Fortran in compiler version 16.0. This allows modification of submodules without recompiling every source that uses a module.
Authored by Steve Lionel (Intel) Last updated on 08/28/2015 - 17:15
For more complete information about compiler optimizations, see our Optimization Notice.