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Extended Precision matrix and linear algebra functions?

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Can anyone tell me if there are some VIs for linear algebra and matrix math using extended precision?

Thanks,

Mike

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Hi Mike,

There used to be some standard functions that supported different data types in the HIgh Performance Analysis Library (HPAL). Not sure about extended but I know they went the other way and implemented some in SGL. I went to the NI labs page but it looks like it has been pulled but there is a beta program where the functionality has been moved to. The page is at https://decibel.ni.com/content/docs/DOC-12086 with the address for the beta program if you were interested.

Cheers,

James

Scratch that. Remembered I still had the HPAL library installed to LV 2010 and check, it has SGL support but not EXT, sorry for the confusion.

Cheers,

James

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There used to be some standard functions that supported different data types in the HIgh Performance Analysis Library (HPAL). Not sure about extended but I know they went the other way and implemented some in SGL. I went to the NI labs page but it looks like it has been pulled but there is a beta program where the functionality has been moved to. The page is at https://decibel.ni.c.../docs/DOC-12086 with the address for the beta program if you were interested.

HPAL has become a new toolkit: Multicore Analysis and Sparse Matrix toolkit. I think it's based on the Intel Math Kernel Library which only supports single and double precision, so not much hope of it being "extended".

Greg

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