Questions tagged [intel-mkl]

The Intel Math Kernel Library is a software library for Intel and compatible processors. It provides vectorized and threaded routines for optimal performance and is compatible with all C, C++ and FORTRAN compilers.

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Is there any catch on using `zgemm3m` vs regular `zgemm`?

I've just (to my embarrassment) encountered a BLAS-like extension of a matrix-matrix product subroutine gemm in Intel MKL: gemm3m...
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Solving electrostatics Poisson equation with Intel MKL routines

I am trying to solve the 3D Poisson equation $$\nabla\cdot(\epsilon(\mathbf{r})\nabla) u(\mathbf{r}) = f(\mathbf{r})$$ I notice intel advertises routines that appear to solve $$\nabla^2u(\mathbf{r}...
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How to reshape matrix into row-major order for MKL DSS?

I would like to use MKL to solve a sparse linear system. I chose the DSS (Direct Sparse Solver) interface, which implements the following steps: ...
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PETSc configure does not allow mkl_sparse in Cygwin on Windows

I'm trying to use PETSc's AIJMKL sparse matrix in Windows. I'm configuring and building under Cygwin but using it directly in Windows (libpetsc.lib and libpetsc.dll ...