Specifies the number of OpenMP* threads for a particular function domain.
Returns elapsed time in seconds. Use to estimate real time between two calls to this function.
Intel® MKL provides the Single Dynamic Library (SDL), which enables setting the interface and threading layer for Intel MKL at run time. See Intel® MKL Developer Guide for details of SDL and layered model concept. This section describes the functions supporting SDL.
Turns on/off reporting of Automatic Offload profiling.
This topic describes BLACS routines that combine the data to produce a result.
Returns the number of processes available for use.
Holds up execution of all processes within the indicated scope.
Reads a pointer to an array held in a Data Fitting task descriptor.
The FFTW2 wrappers implement the functionality of only those FFTW functions that Intel MKL can reasonably support. Other functions are provided as no-operation functions, whose only purpose is to satisfy link-time symbol resolution. Specifically, no-operation functions include:
Real-to-half-complex and respective backward transforms
Print plan functions
Functions for importing/exporting/forgetting wisdom