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Intel MKL Speeds Up Automated Driving Workloads on the Intel Xeon Processor

The automated driving developer community typically uses Eigen*, a C++ math library, for the matrix operations required by the Extended Kalman Filter algorithm. EKF usually involves many small matrices. However most HPC library routines for matrix operations are optimized for large matrices. “Intel MKL provides highly-tuned xGEMM function for matrix-matrix multiplication, with special paths for small matrices. Eigen can take advantage of Intel MKL through use of a compiler flag. A significant speedup results when using Eigen and Intel MKL and compiling the automated driving apps with the latest Intel C++ compiler.”