The following table lists the documentation included with the Intel(R) Math Kernel Library (Intel(R) MKL) for Linux* OS.
|Intel(R) MKL Release Notes||Information about this release. Includes links to principal
online information resources related to the release:
Intel(R) MKL Main Product Page
Also includes the following information on:
The document is available in HTML format.
For details about the compiler and linking options, threading, and memory management with Intel MKL, see Intel MKL User's Guide.
|Intel(R) MKL Reference Manual||
Contains detailed descriptions of the functions and interfaces for all
For implementation-specific information about the library, see Intel MKL Release Notes and Intel MKL User's Guide.
The manual is available in the FAR Uncompressed Help format.
|Eclipse Plugin with Intel MKL Reference Manual||A plugin for Eclipse Help with a WebHelp version of the Intel
MKL Reference Manual.
To use the plugin, place it into the plugins folder of your Eclipse directory, start Eclipse, choose Help -> Help Contents in the menu bar, click the Intel(R) Math Kernel Library Help bookmark in the left-hand panel and then the Intel(R) Math Kernel Library Reference Manual bookmark below, if necessary.
Starting from Intel(R) MKL 10.0, the plugin provides an option to extend search over the www.intel.com site. Run Search from the standard Eclipse Help panel and check Intel.com search results to see it work.
|Intel(R) MKL User's Guide||
Provides Intel MKL usage information in greater detail:
The document is available in the FAR Uncompressed Help format.
|Man pages of Intel MKL||A collection of man pages for Intel MKL functions.
Note for Windows* OS users: To get a guaranteed correct display, view the Intel MKL man pages using the Linux console rather than a Windows* shell client.
|Intel(R) Math Kernel Library Link Line Advisor (local version)||A tool that returns the recommended line to use for linking and recommended compilation options given the Intel product version, operating system, processor architecture, and compiler, as well as other parameters.|
PDF documents require a PDF reader, such as the Adobe Reader*.
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