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fails to show report with error message "input string was not in correct format"

I've successfully compiled/built a simple opencl kernel in Visual Studio (Community, 2013) using code-builder, assigned parameters, set up global size (local set to auto). Analysis runs properly, a valid .cbreport file is generated (attached with .txt extension) and opened, but an error window appears with the message "input string was not in correct format" and nothing appears for the report in visual studio.

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  • Force xeon level precision on Xeon phi or vice versa

    Hi all,

    I have been running a program where precision of doubles mean a lot to my program.

    However due to some strange reason it seems like Xeon phi is rounding off a few bits(at 10^-8th bit) and this seems to be causing some instabilities to my model. A small round off error grows over my model over iteration of time step and my model fails to converge.

    here is  some sample differences in error.

    Xeon phi value

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