Intel® Math Kernel Library

VML Mathematical Functions

This section describes VML functions that compute values of mathematical functions on real and complex vector arguments with unit increment.

Each function is introduced by its short name, a brief description of its purpose, and the calling sequence for each type of data, as well as a description of the input/output arguments.


This document makes no specific differentiation between random, pseudorandom, and quasi-random numbers, nor between random, pseudorandom, and quasi-random number generators unless the context requires otherwise. For details, refer to the ‘Random Numbers’ section in VSL Notes document provided at the Intel® MKL web page.

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