I've never been good at poetry... so I've started using Fortran to help me. Getting the right number of syllables in each line has always been tricky, so sometimes I skip over bits, and then fill them in later.
c BLANK COMMON PARAMETER (NTSTP=1000000) common l(NTSTP)
call inelem (l(knsb),l(kndfsb),l(kcosb),l(kndid),l(kcoord), 1 l(kid),l(klstif),l(k1),ndtp,nsnds,nnods,ntnds, 2 nchar,nelgr,neltot,nelg,kdata)
SUBROUTINE INELEM (nsb,ndfsb,cosb,ndid,coord, 1 id,lstif,ielnod,ndtp,nsnds,nnods,ntnds, 2 nchar,nelgr,neltot,nelg,kdata)
I have written a very long code, with many subroutines.
In this moment I am runnung some simple run-time analysis with
I have notice something strange. When I increase the number of cycle in may code the running time increases not linearly.
I mean if I do four cycles instead of two, the running time does not double but is is greater.
I want testing compute offload to Intel(R) Graphics Technology, but I can't find url to download the driver(https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/intel-c-compiler-160-for-linux...).
Thanks for you help.
I had installed the Intel System Studio C++ compiler for Ubuntu 12. This week the university upgraded the OS to Ubuntu 14 LTS. I would like to know if I have to reinstall the compiler.