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
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).