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MKL customer question....re. ILU0 and Conjugate Gradient Algorithms.

My customer asks.....

Here is my actual question. I would like to use performance intrinsics that are included in intel's math kernel library. I am particularly interested in ILU0 and Conjugate Gradient algorithms. My question is, if I compile code using these intrinsics, do any users of this code need to separately licence intel's mkl to use my software?

Thank you ....Dave A. from Lifeboat

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TimP
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In case the following relates to the question:
The MKL libraries may be static linked (using a full Intel compiler license) into a compiled application distributed to users, or may be dynamic linked using the redistributable shared libraries corresponding to the Intel compiler in use.
In the installation, in the documentation/mkl folder, there is a file redist.txt listing the library files which are redistributable (may be supplied to the user along with an application which requires MKL).
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