Fortran

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.

Sparse Matrix Storage Formats

As discussed above, it is more efficient to store only the non-zero elements of a sparse matrix. There are a number of common storage formats used for sparse matrices, but most of them employ the same basic technique. That is, store all non-zero elements of the matrix into a linear array and provide auxiliary arrays to describe the locations of the non-zero elements in the original matrix.

Vector Arguments in BLAS

Vector arguments are passed in one-dimensional arrays. The array dimension (length) and vector increment are passed as integer variables. The length determines the number of elements in the vector. The increment (also called stride) determines the spacing between vector elements and the order of the elements in the array in which the vector is passed.

Vector Arguments in VML

Vector arguments of VML mathematical functions are passed in one-dimensional arrays with unit vector increment. It means that a vector of length n is passed contiguously in an array a whose values are defined as a[0], a[1], ..., a[n-1] (for the C interface).

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