Intel® Math Kernel Library

Task Destructors

Task destructors are routines used to delete task descriptors and deallocate the corresponding memory resources. The Data Fitting task destructor dfdeletetask destroys a Data Fitting task and frees the memory.

Interfaces of New Functionality

GETRF(A[,IPIV][,INFO])
!   Interface netlib95 exists, parameters:
!   netlib: (A,IPIV,RCOND,NORM,INFO)
!   Different number for parameter, netlib: 5, mkl: 3
!   Different order for parameter INFO, netlib: 5, mkl: 3
!   Absent mkl parameter: NORM
!   Absent mkl parameter: RCOND

GBTRF(A[,KL][,M][,IPIV][,INFO])
!   Interface netlib95 exists, parameters:
!   netlib: (A,K,M,IPIV,RCOND,NORM,INFO)

Building an Application

Normally, the only change needed to build your application with MPI FFTW wrappers replacing original FFTW3 library is to add Intel MKL and the wrapper library at the link stage (see section "Linking Your Application with Intel® Math Kernel Library" in the Intel MKL User's Guide).

basic_sp_complex_dft_1d.c

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config_thread_limit.c

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wrappers_c3d.c

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