Function

cblas_cdotu_sub

Computes the dot product of two single-precision complex vectors.

Declaration

void cblas_cdotu_sub(const int __N, const void *__X, const int __incX, const void *__Y, const int __incY, void *__dotu);

Parameters

N

The length of vectors X and Y.

X

Vector X.

incX

Stride within X. For example, if incX is 7, every 7th element is used.

Y

Vector Y.

incY

Stride within Y. For example, if incY is 7, every 7th element is used.

dotu

The result vector.

See Also

CATLAS and CBLAS Vector Functions

catlas_caxpby

Computes the product of two vectors, scaling each one separately (single-precision complex).

catlas_cset

Modifies a vector (single-precision complex) in place, setting each element to a given value.

catlas_daxpby

Computes the sum of two vectors, scaling each one separately (double-precision).

catlas_dset

Modifies a vector (double-precision) in place, setting each element to a given value.

catlas_saxpby

Computes the sum of two vectors, scaling each one separately (single-precision).

catlas_sset

Modifies a vector (single-precision) in place, setting each element to a given value.

catlas_zaxpby

Computes the sum of two vectors, scaling each one separately (double-precision complex).

catlas_zset

Modifies a vector (double-precision complex) in place, setting each element to a given value.

cblas_sdot

Computes the dot product of two vectors (single-precision).

cblas_sdsdot

Computes the dot product of two single-precision vectors plus an initial single-precision value.

cblas_cdotc_sub

Calculates the dot product of the complex conjugate of a single-precision complex vector with a second single-precision complex vector.

cblas_ddot

Computes the dot product of two vectors (double-precision).

cblas_dsdot

Computes the double-precision dot product of a pair of single-precision vectors.

cblas_zdotc_sub

Calculates the dot product of the complex conjugate of a double-precision complex vector with a second double-precision complex vector.

cblas_zdotu_sub

Computes the dot product of two double-precision complex vectors.