The standard GNU open source compilers and libraries have been installed on all of the clusters both as the system version and via the module command by loading the GCC module. This includes the GNU C Compiler, the GNU C++ Compiler and the GNU Fortran compiler.
The Portland Group Inc (PGI) sells Fortran, C and C++ compilers for high-performance computing systems. Some of these compilers have been installed on HPC systems within the Faculty of Science.
IBM ILOG CPLEX Optimization Studio (often informally referred to simply as CPLEX) is an optimization software package.
The full IBM ILOG CPLEX Optimization Studio consists of the CPLEX Optimizer for mathematical programming, the IBM ILOG CPLEX CP Optimizer for constraint programming, the Optimization Programming Language (OPL), and a tightly integrated IDE.
- CPLEX (12.1)
- Using IBM ILOG CPLEX (12.1) with Microsoft Visual C++
- Getting Started with CPLEX (12.1)
- User's Manual for CPLEX (12.1)
- Release notes for CPLEX (12.1)
- Interactive Optimizer (12.1)
- File formats supported by CPLEX (12.1)
- Parameters Reference Manual (12.1)
- C API Reference Manual (12.1)
- C++ API Reference Manual (12.1)
- CPLEX with Visual Studio
The NAG libraries are a collection of mathematical libraries which are designed to make your code run better and is available to staff and students in the School of Mathematics and Statistics.
For information about the Intel Compilers and Software Libraries please refer to the Intel specific page.