Is the Parallel Direct Sparse Solver for Clusters supported on Windows OS?
I'm having a hard time understanding the docs for implementing an FFT , and some other minor issues.
1) when I look at the intel folder in my build environment, I see several dynamic libraries. Which one is necessary to implement the FFT
2) Also not clear if I should be using mkl instead of ipp for FFT
3) In trying to follow the example for using the FFT here : https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/how-to-use-intel-ipp-s-1d-four...
I'm developing an application that needs to compute various eigenvalue decompositions. Is it possible to call zfeast_heev from multiple threads in parallel? Ofcourse, each thread has it's own memory. I could not find this kind of information in the documentation. Currently I'm using zhpevd, which works fine when called from multiple threads, zfeast_heev however, do not.
Looking forward to your answers
I would like to know how to run opencv programs by using the intel xeon phi coprocessor card? What are my options? Also, how can i work with the Transparent API released by OpenCV and Xeon Phi ? Has Intel developed any module or support for running computer visions programs on the xeon phi? Any suggestions or thoughts in this regard will be greatly appreciated.
I am trying to use the function ippiFilterBoxBorder and i keep getting a compiler error of
Error 4 error : identifier "y8_ippiFilterBoxBorder_16u_C1R" is undefined
Error 3 error : identifier "y8_ippiFilterBoxBorderGetBufferSize" is undefined
If i change the FilterBoxBorder function to FilterBox (which is deprecated) everything compiles and runs with no issue.
I am using the latest c++ Intel compiler 184.108.40.206 on windows
Any idea what am i doing wrong?
I discovered a source of slowdown in my program, due to the usage of std::array. To gain a better understanding of what was going on, I have used my own implementation of std::array, and the slowdown disappeared. Unfortunately, I can't show you the program I am working on due to some non disclosure agreement. But I've managed to track down the problem and put it in a simple file.
When you compile the file shown below with
I have a problem to launch processes when multiple MPI versions installed. The processes work before I installed latest MPI 5.0.3.048:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Intel\MPI\4.1.3.047>mpiexec -wdir "Z:\test" -mapall -hosts 10 n01 6 n02 6 n03 6 n04 6 n05 6 n06 6 n07 6 n08 6 n09 6 n10 6 Z:\test
However, after I installed MPI 5.0.3.048, the following errors displayed when I launch mpiexec in the environment of 4.1.3.047:
Aborting: unable to connect to N01, smpd version mismatch
I'm trying to create an external bridge following the users guide from Intel.
First of all I execute the following command:
micctrl --addbridge=br0 --type=external --ip=<ip_HOST>
Then, I can see that a file ifcfg-br0 has created and I can see the bridge created with brctl show. Also I attached the eth1 interface to the bridge br0
Then, when I try execute:
micctrl --network=static --bridge=br0 --ip=<ip_MIC0>
I always obtain this error:
[Error] Bridge 'br0' not defined
I just installed the Intel® Parallel Studio XE Professional Edition for C++ Linux* (evaluation version) for my Ubuntu 14.04.2 machine running on a "Intel Corporation Xeon E3-1200 Processor Family" processor.
I don't understand if this is a 32-bit compiler or not. I'm worried about this since during the installation a message reporting the absence of some 32-bit libraries appears on the console.
Since I'm interested to have the best performances (running time) of my code, does a 64-bit specific version exist for my machine?
I am interested in AVX instructions set using in my application for speed up.But i am new to AVX.
How can i know whether my system processor is able to support AVX or not?
My System Configurations as
OS; Windows 7 with 64-bit
CPU: Inter(R) Xeon(R) CPU W3505 @2.53GHz.
Anybody can help me..
Thanks in Advance.