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11-28-2013
01:02 AM

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What is a suitable library in intel parallel studio

**Hi, I hope you are fine and doing well**

**I have installed visual studio 2012 with intel parallel studio XE 2013 on my laptop. I have an sparse ill-posed matrix and i want to solve it by a suitable library. Which library is suitable for this purpose?**

**I use a cracked version of visual studio 2012 with intel parallel studio XE 2013 and i need a cracked library which I can setup it on my software.**

**Thanks**

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Gennady_F_Intel

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11-28-2013
05:50 AM

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Hi,

for solving sparse systems you can try to use Sparse Solver ( Pardiso ) from MKL package. You can find a lot of examples how to make the call of this solver in MKL examples. here is the link to MKL linker adviser : http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/intel-mkl-link-line-advisor

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11-28-2013
06:10 AM

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Thanks

I know that pardiso is able to solve sparse matrix but pardiso cannot solve ill-posed matrix such this matrix with this information:

a(1)=4.5

a(2)=3.1

a(3)=1.6

a(4)=1.1

ia(1)=1

ia(2)=3

ia(3)=3

ja(1)=1

ja(2)=2

ja(3)=1

ja(4)=2

b(1)=19.249

b(2)=6.843

how can i solve these matrices?

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11-28-2013
08:35 AM

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Are dense matrices solved by mkl library? which one of program in mkl do this?

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