Developer Guide and Reference

  • 2022.1
  • 04/11/2022
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Reorder

Overview

A primitive to copy data between two memory objects. More…
// structs struct dnnl::reorder; // global functions dnnl_status_t DNNL_API dnnl_reorder_primitive_desc_create( dnnl_primitive_desc_t* reorder_primitive_desc, const dnnl_memory_desc_t* src_desc, dnnl_engine_t src_engine, const dnnl_memory_desc_t* dst_desc, dnnl_engine_t dst_engine, const_dnnl_primitive_attr_t attr );

Detailed Documentation

A primitive to copy data between two memory objects. This primitive is typically used to change the way the data is laid out in memory.
See also:
Reorder in developer guide
Global Functions
dnnl_status_t DNNL_API dnnl_reorder_primitive_desc_create( dnnl_primitive_desc_t* reorder_primitive_desc, const dnnl_memory_desc_t* src_desc, dnnl_engine_t src_engine, const dnnl_memory_desc_t* dst_desc, dnnl_engine_t dst_engine, const_dnnl_primitive_attr_t attr )
Creates a primitive descriptor for a reorder primitive.
Parameters:
reorder_primitive_desc
Output primitive descriptor.
src_desc
Source memory descriptor.
src_engine
Engine on which the source memory object will be located.
dst_desc
Destination memory descriptor.
dst_engine
Engine on which the destination memory object will be located.
attr
Primitive attributes to use (can be NULL).
Returns:
dnnl_success on success and a status describing the error otherwise.

Product and Performance Information

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