Intel® Math Kernel Library implements routines from the ScaLAPACK package for distributed-memory architectures. Routines are supported for both real and complex dense and band matrices to perform the tasks of solving systems of linear equations, solving linear least-squares problems, eigenvalue and singular value problems, as well as performing a number of related computational tasks.
Intel MKL ScaLAPACK routines are written in FORTRAN 77 with exception of a few utility routines written in C to exploit the IEEE arithmetic. All routines are available in all precision types: single precision, double precision, complexm, and double complex precision. See the mkl_scalapack.h header file for C declarations of ScaLAPACK routines.
ScaLAPACK routines are provided only for Intel® 64 or Intel® Many Integrated Core architectures.
See descriptions of ScaLAPACK computational routines that perform distinct computational tasks, as well as driver routines for solving standard types of problems in one call. Additionally, Intel® Math Kernel Library implements ScaLAPACK Auxiliary Routines, Utility Functions and Routines, and Matrix Redistribution/Copy Routines. The library includes routines for both real and complex data.
The <install_directory>/examples/scalapackf directory contains sample code demonstrating the use of ScaLAPACK routines.
Generally, ScaLAPACK runs on a network of computers using MPI as a message-passing layer and a set of prebuilt communication subprograms (BLACS), as well as a set of BLAS optimized for the target architecture. Intel MKL version of ScaLAPACK is optimized for Intel® processors. For the detailed system and environment requirements, see Intel® MKL Release Notes and Intel® MKL Developer Guide.
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