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pourmatin85
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Dear guys;

I'm kind of new to math kernel library and I don't know how to use pardiso. Apparently, there is nothing related in MKL reference manual! Isn't PARDISO a part of MKL!?

Is there any helpful reference that you know?

Regards;
Hossein
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Gennady_F_Intel
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Hossein,
1.Pardiso is a part of MKL.
2.Look into mkl manual and open the chapter "Sparse Solver Routines".
Appendices C: Code Examples
Examples for Sparse Symmetric Linear Systems
Examples for Sparse Unsymmetric Linear Systems
3. there are a lot of "C" and "Fortran" Pardiso examples.
You can find these examples into examplessolversource
--Gennady

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pourmatin85
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Hossein,
1.Pardiso is a part of MKL.
2.Look into mkl manual and open the chapter "Sparse Solver Routines".
Appendices C: Code Examples
Examples for Sparse Symmetric Linear Systems
Examples for Sparse Unsymmetric Linear Systems
3. there are a lot of "C" and "Fortran" Pardiso examples.
You can find these examples into examplessolversource
--Gennady

Dear Gennady;

Thanks alot for your helpful message. I just found out that my MKL manual is an old version of it (Copyright 1994-2001), which didn't have any part related to sparse solvers.
I downloaded the new one.

Thanks agian
Hossein
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Gennady_F_Intel
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Hossein,
Just for your information - the latest MKL version is Intel MKL 10.1 Update 1 is now available.
Please follow with the announcement:
http://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/showannouncement.php?a=89about this version and all improvements available in this update..
--Gennady

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