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marcioy

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05-12-2011
08:01 PM

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use mkl95_precision, only: wp => dp

I am migrating from IMSL to MKL. I am trying to implement matrix-matrix and matrix-vector calculations using the BLAS.

I have a doubt about what the following statements mean:

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use mkl95_precision, only: wp => dp

implicit none real(wp):: alpha, beta; !just an example of variables;

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It seems that alpha and beta are double precision variables. There is any difference between the above statement and the following declaration? Which one should I use?

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double precision alpha, beta;

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Thank you in advance

Marcio Yamamoto

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Gennady_F_Intel

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05-13-2011
10:17 PM

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