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Finding Intel Math Kernel Library Implementations of IMSL functions

Baba_Yara__Fahiz
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I am currently working on updating some legacy code that calls the IMSL function DRNNOA. I would like to know if there is a structured way of going about finding functions in the Intel MKL offering that produces the same output as these IMSL functions. 
Tangentially, is a structured way of going about finding high quality free implementations of these subroutines online?

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Steve_Lionel
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You might have better success posting in the MKL forum.

Baba_Yara__Fahiz
Beginner
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Thank you Steve. 

Greg_T_
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You could take a look at the NIST Guide to Available Mathematical Software (GAMS): http://gams.nist.gov/

There is a good search tool there to find the numerical routines you might be looking for. I've used several routines from that site.

Regards, Greg

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