Сustom shared objects reduce the collection of functions available in Intel MKL libraries to those required to solve your particular problems, which helps to save disk space and build your own dynamic libraries for distribution.
Intel® Math Kernel Library (Intel® MKL) offers two sets of libraries to support Intel® Many Integrated Core Architecture (Intel® MIC Architecture):
The Intel® Math Kernel Library (Intel® MKL) provides broad support for Fortran and C/C++ programming. However, not all functions support both Fortran and C interfaces. For example, some LAPACK functions have no C interface. You can call such functions from C using mixed-language programming.
To obtain results for the pre-determined sample problem sizes on a given system, type one of the following, as appropriate:
Preprocessor symbols (macros) substitute values in a program before it is compiled. The substitution is performed in the preprocessing phase.
The following preprocessor symbols are available:
To use Automatic Offload: