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The following Tutorial covers the latest developments of the Intel Math Kernel Library geared for high performance computing:
This tutorial will cover usage Models on Intel Xeon Coprocessors: Automatic Offload, Compiler Assisted Offload, and Native Execution, along with the Intel MKL Conditional Numerical Reproducibility feature (CNR). CNR allows Intel MKL programmers to enforce run-to-run, inter-processor, and cross-vendor reproducibility under certain conditions. The audience should be HPC coders that are accustomed to working with high performance math libraries such as LAPACK.