Hi Murphy, We don’t have such function in current official MKL product. As i recalled, we had invested ODE solver some years ago and posted it on what if, could you please tell some background info about how and why do you use the function?
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The ODE solvers were given to me by mecej4 in a zip file named w-ode-a-1.0.0.006.zip, dated June 2008. I am using it to integrate structural dynamic equations of motions. I asked this question in the Intel Fortran forum, and Steve Lionel directed me to the MKL forum.
The documentation says it is an Intel product and is part of MKL.
Intel® MKL ODE Solver Library provides an interface to explicit, implicit, and mixed ODE solvers. In this manual, the interface is referred to as ODE interface. It implements a group of routines (ODE routines) used .......
it was part of experimental package we release to understand the scope of interest... this package was never been as part of official version of MKL. You may take a look at the whatif.intel.com site