Frees the coprocessor memory reserved for the Automatic Offload computations.
Intel MKL provides reproducible results for a certain code branch, determined by the instruction set architecture (ISA). To define CNR code branches, use the following named constants as input/output for conditional numerical reproducibility support functions. Pass named constants to the functions instead of their values.
Performs element-wise summation.
Sets values that BLACS use for internal defaults.
The interfaces of the Data Fitting functions are in lowercase, while the names of the types and constants are in uppercase.
The names of all routines have the following structure:
df is a prefix indicating that the routine belongs to the Data Fitting component of Intel MKL.
Data Fitting computational routines are functions used to perform spline-based computations, such as:
computation of values, derivatives, and integrals of the predefined order
Once you create a Data Fitting task and initialize the required parameters, you can call computational routines as many times as necessary.
For a non-symmetric or non-Hermitian matrix, all non-zero elements need to be stored. Consider the non-symmetric matrix B:
The matrix B has 13 non-zero elements, and all of them are stored as follows:
The section provides a brief reference for the FFTW 2.x C interface. For details please refer to the original FFTW 2.x documentation available at www.fftw.org.
Each FFTW function has its own wrapper. Some of them, which are not expressly listed in this section, are empty and do nothing, but they are provided to avoid link errors and satisfy the function calls.
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