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enhancement request for sparse matrix multiplications

benjamin_gu
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Dear support,

please consider enhacing sparse matrix multiplication routines by supporting zero index and csc format. We are developing some applications, which uses sparse matrix multiplications (C = A * B, where A and B and C are all sparse) intensively, so it will be super helpful if you can add zero based csc format sparse matrix to mkl library.

Please ket me know if you are interested in adding this function in your future release.

thanks,

Ben

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Chao_Y_Intel
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Ben, Thanks for letting us know. I will input into feature request database, so it could be reviewed in the future product planning. Regards, Chao
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benjamin_gu
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Hi Chao, thanks a lot for your help. If possible, please help escalate the priority of this request. this is really critical to our development, and i am sure it may help other MKL users too. Your help will be greatly appreciated. thanks, Ben
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Gennady_F_Intel
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Hi, the problem was escalated and you will be informed in the case if any news about status the problem. --Gennady
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benjamin_gu
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Hi guys, any update on this subject? appreciate your help. thanks, Ben
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Gennady_F_Intel
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Hello, MKL Relaese Boar still didn't decided to in which version of mkl this request would be implemented. Regards
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Gennady_F_Intel
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btw, checking the licenses ( based on your emai), i can see only "evaluation" version of Intel® C++ Studio XE for Linux* 2011. Do you have another licenses?
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benjamin_gu
Beginner
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yes, my company has an official license. do you need me to provide? is there any linux command i can use to find out?
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benjamin_gu
Beginner
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yes, my company has an official license. do you need me to provide? is there any linux command i can use to find out?
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Gennady_F_Intel
Moderator
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Ok. that's not need right now. We found the licenses of your company. We will take it into account.
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