*Libraries of mathematical functions optimized for the Linux platform*

IBM® Mathematical Acceleration Subsystem for Linux® is a collection of mathematical function libraries optimized for the Linux platform. The Mathematical Acceleration Subsystem software libraries offer improved performance over the standard mathematical library routines, are thread-safe, and support compilations in C, C++ and Fortran applications. The fully supported Mathematical Acceleration Subsystem libraries are shipped with XL C, XL C/C++ and XL Fortran compiler products.

Mathematical Acceleration Subsystem for Linux software libraries:

- Include accelerated sets of frequently-used mathematical functions for scalar and vector libraries.
- Allow code to run in multithreaded environments in a thread-safe manner.
- Support both 32-bit and 64-bit compilations.
- Provide tuning for optimum performance on specific IBM POWER® architectures.
- Assist with portability of vector code to allow application development on non-IBM systems where the Mathematical Acceleration Subsystem libraries are not available.

Operating System | Software | Hardware |
---|---|---|

Linux |
Operating system at level suitable for your computer software C, C/C++, or Fortran compiler |
IBM eServer system supported by MASS, and capable of supporting your required operating system |

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