If your program does not take advantage of the MKL Intel library, it means that its CPU usage is not dominated by linear algebra stuff. If you don't tell us more we won't be able to help...

S.

Quoting fujimoto2005 <fujimoto2...@gmail.com>:

Dear Mottellet

But there is an explanation "If we use the Intel MKL on Windows, then Scilab
use all the cores available on the processor. "
https://wiki.scilab.org/Documentation/ParallelComputingInScilab

So I expected there are some ways to increase the usage of cpu.

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