Have I missed the results for the first problem? Or are they still being judged?
I am calling Fortran subroutines and functions in a DLL from a VB.Net application; some but not all of my simple functions work. I'm still at the "let's see how this works" stage.
This is the way I typically submit batch jobs:
qsub -l select=1:ncpus=40 rl-myjob
Hi there, I'm new to Intel Amplifier User API.
I have a non-symmetric matrix (attached). When I use in-core, I got wrong answer but occ produces correct answer. Can someone give me hints what's going on?
In CVF, we used the following declarations to create escaped string sequences:
I have a Fortran DLL called from a C++ application which has now been running very reliably for a long time.
consider SSE/AVX Code which operates on XMM/YMM registers 99% of the time but requires to keep track of masks (control-flow to data-flow conversion using BLENDVPS operations).
Everything was ok a while ago.
I installed Parallel Studio and now it does not compile any of the source included in the project.
I am trying to run an OpenCL sample application on VS 2010 and i have installed OpenCL SDK also,
I am getting this error