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Is setting omp_set_num_threads(1) equivalent to linear programming if i have some parallel for loop?
And what is the use of omp_set_dynamic(0);

What I have tried:

I am tring to run nested for loops and had the above query.
Posted 8-May-16 7:31am
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No. :-)
—SA
Member 12509578 8-May-16 13:01pm
   
could you please give a little background for the answer as I am very new to openMP.
   
Well, this number is just the default. Let's say, you provide some recommendation based on your knowledge of the typical situation. Using 1 thread is pointless. I don't know what is "linear programming", but how using OpenMP could be ever equivalent to single-thread programming, ever? This is just simple logic...
—SA

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