|Re: [eigen] Performance difference icc <-> gcc, EIGEN_STRONG_INLINE|
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thanks for your answer!
We could easily remove EIGEN_COMP_ICC from the cases where EIGEN_STRONG_INLINE is a __force_inline:Same here, hence I wanted to ask whether defining EIGEN_STRONG_INLINE has some disadvantages. According to the Intel profiling tools, my function that contains all the calculations actually calls the Eigen functions (e.g., Eigen::Matrix<...>::Matrix<...> and Eigen::Matrix<...>::operator=). I expected that those will be inlined. Is this something to worry about?
Maybe I should add that I do not use the -inline-forceinline flag for the Intel compiler since this lead to incredibly long compilation times.
Did you try to reduce your code to a minimal example where the performance drop occurs?Yes, but I cannot comprehend the performance drop yet. Apparently the quite complex structure of the project produces this behavior, whereas in a small application which performs similar calculations the performance is about the same. Work in progress.
Regarding mbsolve: Sure, please give us a small description text and tell which category you want to get listed in.I think "Science" is the best fit, since mbsolve  "is an open-source solver tool for the Maxwell-Bloch equations, which are used to model light-matter interaction in nonlinear optics."
Thanks a lot for any comments!
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