Available on

**x86-64**only.## Expand description

Platform-specific intrinsics for the `x86_64`

platform.

See the module documentation for more details.

## Structs

- __m128bhExperimental128-bit wide set of eight
`u16`

types, x86-specific - __m256bhExperimental256-bit wide set of 16
`u16`

types, x86-specific - __m512bhExperimental512-bit wide set of 32
`u16`

types, x86-specific - Result of the
`cpuid`

instruction. - 128-bit wide set of four
`f32`

types, x86-specific - 128-bit wide set of two
`f64`

types, x86-specific - 128-bit wide integer vector type, x86-specific
- 256-bit wide set of eight
`f32`

types, x86-specific - 256-bit wide set of four
`f64`

types, x86-specific - 256-bit wide integer vector type, x86-specific
- 512-bit wide set of sixteen
`f32`

types, x86-specific - 512-bit wide set of eight
`f64`

types, x86-specific - 512-bit wide integer vector type, x86-specific

## Constants

- _MM_CMPINT_EQExperimentalEqual
- _MM_CMPINT_FALSEExperimentalFalse
- _MM_CMPINT_LEExperimentalLess-than-or-equal
- _MM_CMPINT_LTExperimentalLess-than
- _MM_CMPINT_NEExperimentalNot-equal
- _MM_CMPINT_NLEExperimentalNot less-than-or-equal
- _MM_CMPINT_NLTExperimentalNot less-than
- _MM_CMPINT_TRUEExperimentalTrue
- _MM_MANT_NORM_1_2Experimentalinterval [1, 2)
- _MM_MANT_NORM_P5_1Experimentalinterval [0.5, 1)
- _MM_MANT_NORM_P5_2Experimentalinterval [0.5, 2)
- _MM_MANT_NORM_P75_1P5Experimentalinterval [0.75, 1.5)
- _MM_MANT_SIGN_NANExperimentalDEST = NaN if sign(SRC) = 1
- _MM_MANT_SIGN_SRCExperimentalsign = sign(SRC)
- _MM_MANT_SIGN_ZEROExperimentalsign = 0
- _MM_PERM_AAAAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_AAABExperimental
- _MM_PERM_AAACExperimental
- _MM_PERM_AAADExperimental
- _MM_PERM_AABAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_AABBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_AABCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_AABDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_AACAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_AACBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_AACCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_AACDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_AADAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_AADBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_AADCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_AADDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ABAAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ABABExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ABACExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ABADExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ABBAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ABBBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ABBCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ABBDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ABCAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ABCBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ABCCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ABCDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ABDAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ABDBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ABDCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ABDDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ACAAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ACABExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ACACExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ACADExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ACBAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ACBBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ACBCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ACBDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ACCAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ACCBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ACCCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ACCDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ACDAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ACDBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ACDCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ACDDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ADAAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ADABExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ADACExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ADADExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ADBAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ADBBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ADBCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ADBDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ADCAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ADCBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ADCCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ADCDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ADDAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ADDBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ADDCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_ADDDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BAAAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BAABExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BAACExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BAADExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BABAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BABBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BABCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BABDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BACAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BACBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BACCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BACDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BADAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BADBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BADCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BADDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BBAAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BBABExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BBACExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BBADExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BBBAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BBBBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BBBCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BBBDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BBCAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BBCBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BBCCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BBCDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BBDAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BBDBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BBDCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BBDDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BCAAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BCABExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BCACExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BCADExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BCBAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BCBBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BCBCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BCBDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BCCAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BCCBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BCCCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BCCDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BCDAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BCDBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BCDCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BCDDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BDAAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BDABExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BDACExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BDADExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BDBAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BDBBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BDBCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BDBDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BDCAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BDCBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BDCCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BDCDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BDDAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BDDBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BDDCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_BDDDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CAAAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CAABExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CAACExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CAADExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CABAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CABBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CABCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CABDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CACAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CACBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CACCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CACDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CADAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CADBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CADCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CADDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CBAAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CBABExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CBACExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CBADExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CBBAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CBBBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CBBCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CBBDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CBCAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CBCBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CBCCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CBCDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CBDAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CBDBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CBDCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CBDDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CCAAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CCABExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CCACExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CCADExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CCBAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CCBBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CCBCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CCBDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CCCAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CCCBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CCCCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CCCDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CCDAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CCDBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CCDCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CCDDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CDAAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CDABExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CDACExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CDADExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CDBAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CDBBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CDBCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CDBDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CDCAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CDCBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CDCCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CDCDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CDDAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CDDBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CDDCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_CDDDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DAAAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DAABExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DAACExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DAADExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DABAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DABBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DABCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DABDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DACAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DACBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DACCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DACDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DADAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DADBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DADCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DADDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DBAAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DBABExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DBACExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DBADExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DBBAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DBBBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DBBCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DBBDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DBCAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DBCBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DBCCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DBCDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DBDAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DBDBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DBDCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DBDDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DCAAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DCABExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DCACExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DCADExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DCBAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DCBBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DCBCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DCBDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DCCAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DCCBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DCCCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DCCDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DCDAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DCDBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DCDCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DCDDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DDAAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DDABExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DDACExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DDADExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DDBAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DDBBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DDBCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DDBDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DDCAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DDCBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DDCCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DDCDExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DDDAExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DDDBExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DDDCExperimental
- _MM_PERM_DDDDExperimental
- _XABORT_CAPACITYExperimentalTransaction abort due to the transaction using too much memory.
- _XABORT_CONFLICTExperimentalTransaction abort due to a memory conflict with another thread.
- _XABORT_DEBUGExperimentalTransaction abort due to a debug trap.
- _XABORT_EXPLICITExperimentalTransaction explicitly aborted with xabort. The parameter passed to xabort is available with
`_xabort_code(status)`

. - _XABORT_NESTEDExperimentalTransaction abort in a inner nested transaction.
- _XABORT_RETRYExperimentalTransaction retry is possible.
- _XBEGIN_STARTEDExperimentalTransaction successfully started.
- Equal (ordered, non-signaling)
- Equal (ordered, signaling)
- Equal (unordered, non-signaling)
- Equal (unordered, signaling)
- False (ordered, non-signaling)
- False (ordered, signaling)
- Greater-than-or-equal (ordered, non-signaling)
- Greater-than-or-equal (ordered, signaling)
- Greater-than (ordered, non-signaling)
- Greater-than (ordered, signaling)
- Less-than-or-equal (ordered, non-signaling)
- Less-than-or-equal (ordered, signaling)
- Less-than (ordered, non-signaling)
- Less-than (ordered, signaling)
- Not-equal (ordered, non-signaling)
- Not-equal (ordered, signaling)
- Not-equal (unordered, non-signaling)
- Not-equal (unordered, signaling)
- Not-greater-than-or-equal (unordered, non-signaling)
- Not-greater-than-or-equal (unordered, signaling)
- Not-greater-than (unordered, non-signaling)
- Not-greater-than (unordered, signaling)
- Not-less-than-or-equal (unordered, non-signaling)
- Not-less-than-or-equal (unordered, signaling)
- Not-less-than (unordered, non-signaling)
- Not-less-than (unordered, signaling)
- Ordered (non-signaling)
- Ordered (signaling)
- True (unordered, non-signaling)
- True (unordered, signaling)
- Unordered (non-signaling)
- Unordered (signaling)
- See
`_mm_setcsr`

- See
`_mm_setcsr`

- See
`_mm_setcsr`

- See
`_mm_setcsr`

- See
`_mm_setcsr`

- See
`_mm_setcsr`

- See
`_mm_setcsr`

- See
`_mm_setcsr`

- round up and do not suppress exceptions
- use MXCSR.RC; see
`vendor::_MM_SET_ROUNDING_MODE`

- round down and do not suppress exceptions
- use MXCSR.RC and suppress exceptions; see
`vendor::_MM_SET_ROUNDING_MODE`

- round to nearest and do not suppress exceptions
- suppress exceptions
- do not suppress exceptions
- use MXCSR.RC and do not suppress exceptions; see
`vendor::_MM_SET_ROUNDING_MODE`

- round to nearest
- round down
- round up
- truncate
- truncate and do not suppress exceptions
- See
`_mm_prefetch`

. - See
`_mm_prefetch`

. - See
`_mm_prefetch`

. - See
`_mm_prefetch`

. - See
`_mm_prefetch`

. - See
`_mm_prefetch`

. - See
`_mm_setcsr`

- See
`_mm_setcsr`

- See
`_mm_setcsr`

- See
`_mm_setcsr`

- See
`_mm_setcsr`

- See
`_mm_setcsr`

- See
`_mm_setcsr`

- See
`_mm_setcsr`

- See
`_mm_setcsr`

- See
`_mm_setcsr`

**Mask only**: return the bit mask- For each character in
`a`

, find if it is in`b`

*(Default)* - The strings defined by
`a`

and`b`

are equal - Search for the defined substring in the target
- For each character in
`a`

, determine if`b[0] <= c <= b[1] or b[1] <= c <= b[2]...`

**Index only**: return the least significant bit*(Default)*- Negates results only before the end of the string
- Do not negate results before the end of the string
**Index only**: return the most significant bit- Negates results
- Do not negate results
*(Default)* - String contains signed 8-bit characters
- String contains unsigned 16-bit characters
- String contains unsigned 8-bit characters
*(Default)* **Mask only**: return the byte mask- String contains unsigned 16-bit characters
`XFEATURE_ENABLED_MASK`

for`XCR`

## Functions

- _MM_SHUFFLEExperimentalA utility function for creating masks to use with Intel shuffle and permute intrinsics.
- Add 32-bit masks in a and b, and store the result in k.
- Add 64-bit masks in a and b, and store the result in k.
- Compute the bitwise AND of 16-bit masks a and b, and store the result in k.
- Compute the bitwise AND of 32-bit masks a and b, and store the result in k.
- Compute the bitwise AND of 64-bit masks a and b, and store the result in k.
- Compute the bitwise NOT of 16-bit masks a and then AND with b, and store the result in k.
- Compute the bitwise NOT of 32-bit masks a and then AND with b, and store the result in k.
- Compute the bitwise NOT of 64-bit masks a and then AND with b, and store the result in k.
- Compute the bitwise NOT of 16-bit mask a, and store the result in k.
- Compute the bitwise NOT of 32-bit mask a, and store the result in k.
- Compute the bitwise NOT of 64-bit mask a, and store the result in k.
- Compute the bitwise OR of 16-bit masks a and b, and store the result in k.
- Compute the bitwise OR of 32-bit masks a and b, and store the result in k.
- Compute the bitwise OR of 64-bit masks a and b, and store the result in k.
- Compute the bitwise XNOR of 16-bit masks a and b, and store the result in k.
- Compute the bitwise XNOR of 32-bit masks a and b, and store the result in k.
- Compute the bitwise XNOR of 64-bit masks a and b, and store the result in k.
- Compute the bitwise XOR of 16-bit masks a and b, and store the result in k.
- Compute the bitwise XOR of 32-bit masks a and b, and store the result in k.
- Compute the bitwise XOR of 64-bit masks a and b, and store the result in k.
- Load 32-bit mask from memory into k.
- Load 64-bit mask from memory into k.
- Compute the absolute value of packed signed 64-bit integers in a, and store the unsigned results in dst.
- Performs one round of an AES decryption flow on each 128-bit word (state) in
`a`

using the corresponding 128-bit word (key) in`round_key`

. - Performs the last round of an AES decryption flow on each 128-bit word (state) in
`a`

using the corresponding 128-bit word (key) in`round_key`

. - Performs one round of an AES encryption flow on each 128-bit word (state) in
`a`

using the corresponding 128-bit word (key) in`round_key`

. - Performs the last round of an AES encryption flow on each 128-bit word (state) in
`a`

using the corresponding 128-bit word (key) in`round_key`

. - Concatenate a and b into a 64-byte immediate result, shift the result right by imm8 32-bit elements, and store the low 32 bytes (8 elements) in dst.
- Concatenate a and b into a 64-byte immediate result, shift the result right by imm8 64-bit elements, and store the low 32 bytes (4 elements) in dst.
- Considers the input
`b`

as packed 64-bit integers and`c`

as packed 8-bit integers. Then groups 8 8-bit values from`c`

as indices into the bits of the corresponding 64-bit integer. It then selects these bits and packs them into the output. - Broadcast the 4 packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from a to all elements of dst.
- Broadcast the 4 packed 32-bit integers from a to all elements of dst.
- Broadcast the low 8-bits from input mask k to all 64-bit elements of dst.
- Broadcast the low 16-bits from input mask k to all 32-bit elements of dst.
- Performs a carry-less multiplication of two 64-bit polynomials over the finite field GF(2) - in each of the 2 128-bit lanes.
- Compare packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 32-bit integers in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 64-bit integers in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b for equality, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b for equality, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed 32-bit integers in a and b for equality, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed 64-bit integers in a and b for equality, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b for equality, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b for equality, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a and b for equality, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a and b for equality, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b for greater-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b for greater-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 32-bit integers in a and b for greater-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 64-bit integers in a and b for greater-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b for greater-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b for greater-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a and b for greater-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a and b for greater-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b for greater-than, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b for greater-than, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 32-bit integers in a and b for greater-than, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 64-bit integers in a and b for greater-than, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b for greater-than, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b for greater-than, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a and b for greater-than, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a and b for greater-than, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b for less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b for less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 32-bit integers in a and b for less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 64-bit integers in a and b for less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b for less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b for less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a and b for less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a and b for less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b for less-than, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b for less-than, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 32-bit integers in a and b for less-than, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 64-bit integers in a and b for less-than, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b for less-than, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b for less-than, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a and b for less-than, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a and b for less-than, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b for not-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b for not-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed 32-bit integers in a and b for not-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 64-bit integers in a and b for not-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b for not-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b for not-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a and b for not-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a and b for not-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Test each 32-bit element of a for equality with all other elements in a closer to the least significant bit. Each element’s comparison forms a zero extended bit vector in dst.
- Test each 64-bit element of a for equality with all other elements in a closer to the least significant bit. Each element’s comparison forms a zero extended bit vector in dst.
- Convert packed 16-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed 32-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed 32-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed 64-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed 64-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed 64-bit integers in a to packed 32-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a to packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in two 256-bit vectors a and b to packed BF16 (16-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in a 256-bit wide vector. Intel’s documentation
- Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed BF16 (16-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst. Intel’s documentation
- Convert packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed unsigned 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed unsigned 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed signed 16-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed signed 32-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed signed 32-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed signed 64-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed signed 64-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed signed 64-bit integers in a to packed 32-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed unsigned 32-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed unsigned 32-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a to packed unsigned 8-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a to packed unsigned 8-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a to packed unsigned 16-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a to packed unsigned 8-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a to packed unsigned 16-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a to packed unsigned 32-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the results in dst.
- Compute the sum of absolute differences (SADs) of quadruplets of unsigned 8-bit integers in a compared to those in b, and store the 16-bit results in dst. Four SADs are performed on four 8-bit quadruplets for each 64-bit lane. The first two SADs use the lower 8-bit quadruplet of the lane from a, and the last two SADs use the uppper 8-bit quadruplet of the lane from a. Quadruplets from b are selected from within 128-bit lanes according to the control in imm8, and each SAD in each 64-bit lane uses the selected quadruplet at 8-bit offsets.
- Compute dot-product of BF16 (16-bit) floating-point pairs in a and b, accumulating the intermediate single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements with elements in src, and store the results in dst. Intel’s documentation
- Multiply groups of 4 adjacent pairs of unsigned 8-bit integers in a with corresponding signed 8-bit integers in b, producing 4 intermediate signed 16-bit results. Sum these 4 results with the corresponding 32-bit integer in src, and store the packed 32-bit results in dst.
- Multiply groups of 4 adjacent pairs of unsigned 8-bit integers in a with corresponding signed 8-bit integers in b, producing 4 intermediate signed 16-bit results. Sum these 4 results with the corresponding 32-bit integer in src using signed saturation, and store the packed 32-bit results in dst.
- Multiply groups of 2 adjacent pairs of signed 16-bit integers in a with corresponding 16-bit integers in b, producing 2 intermediate signed 32-bit results. Sum these 2 results with the corresponding 32-bit integer in src, and store the packed 32-bit results in dst.
- Multiply groups of 2 adjacent pairs of signed 16-bit integers in a with corresponding 16-bit integers in b, producing 2 intermediate signed 32-bit results. Sum these 2 results with the corresponding 32-bit integer in src using signed saturation, and store the packed 32-bit results in dst.
- Extract 128 bits (composed of 4 packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements) from a, selected with imm8, and store the result in dst.
- Extract 128 bits (composed of 4 packed 32-bit integers) from a, selected with IMM1, and store the result in dst.
- Fix up packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b using packed 64-bit integers in c, and store the results in dst. imm8 is used to set the required flags reporting.
- Fix up packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b using packed 32-bit integers in c, and store the results in dst. imm8 is used to set the required flags reporting.
- Convert the exponent of each packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point element in a to a double-precision (64-bit) floating-point number representing the integer exponent, and store the results in dst. This intrinsic essentially calculates floor(log2(x)) for each element.
- Convert the exponent of each packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point element in a to a single-precision (32-bit) floating-point number representing the integer exponent, and store the results in dst. This intrinsic essentially calculates floor(log2(x)) for each element.
- Normalize the mantissas of packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst. This intrinsic essentially calculates ±(2^k)*|x.significand|, where k depends on the interval range defined by interv and the sign depends on sc and the source sign.

The mantissa is normalized to the interval specified by interv, which can take the following values:

_MM_MANT_NORM_1_2 // interval [1, 2)

_MM_MANT_NORM_p5_2 // interval [0.5, 2)

_MM_MANT_NORM_p5_1 // interval [0.5, 1)

_MM_MANT_NORM_p75_1p5 // interval [0.75, 1.5)

The sign is determined by sc which can take the following values:

_MM_MANT_SIGN_src // sign = sign(src)

_MM_MANT_SIGN_zero // sign = 0

_MM_MANT_SIGN_nan // dst = NaN if sign(src) = 1 - Normalize the mantissas of packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst. This intrinsic essentially calculates ±(2^k)*|x.significand|, where k depends on the interval range defined by interv and the sign depends on sc and the source sign. The mantissa is normalized to the interval specified by interv, which can take the following values: _MM_MANT_NORM_1_2 // interval [1, 2) _MM_MANT_NORM_p5_2 // interval [0.5, 2) _MM_MANT_NORM_p5_1 // interval [0.5, 1) _MM_MANT_NORM_p75_1p5 // interval [0.75, 1.5) The sign is determined by sc which can take the following values: _MM_MANT_SIGN_src // sign = sign(src) _MM_MANT_SIGN_zero // sign = 0 _MM_MANT_SIGN_nan // dst = NaN if sign(src) = 1
- Performs an affine transformation on the packed bytes in x. That is computes a*x+b over the Galois Field 2^8 for each packed byte with a being a 8x8 bit matrix and b being a constant 8-bit immediate value. Each pack of 8 bytes in x is paired with the 64-bit word at the same position in a.
- Performs an affine transformation on the inverted packed bytes in x. That is computes a*inv(x)+b over the Galois Field 2^8 for each packed byte with a being a 8x8 bit matrix and b being a constant 8-bit immediate value. The inverse of a byte is defined with respect to the reduction polynomial x^8+x^4+x^3+x+1. The inverse of 0 is 0. Each pack of 8 bytes in x is paired with the 64-bit word at the same position in a.
- Performs a multiplication in GF(2^8) on the packed bytes. The field is in polynomial representation with the reduction polynomial x^8 + x^4 + x^3 + x + 1.
- Scatter 64-bit integers from a into memory using 32-bit indices. 64-bit elements are stored at addresses starting at base_addr and offset by each 32-bit element in vindex (each index is scaled by the factor in scale). scale should be 1, 2, 4 or 8.
- Copy a to dst, then insert 128 bits (composed of 4 packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements) from b into dst at the location specified by imm8.
- Copy a to dst, then insert 128 bits (composed of 4 packed 32-bit integers) from b into dst at the location specified by imm8.
- Load 256-bits (composed of 8 packed 32-bit integers) from memory into dst. mem_addr must be aligned on a 32-byte boundary or a general-protection exception may be generated.
- Load 256-bits (composed of 4 packed 64-bit integers) from memory into dst. mem_addr must be aligned on a 32-byte boundary or a general-protection exception may be generated.
- Load 256-bits (composed of 32 packed 8-bit integers) from memory into dst. mem_addr does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary.
- Load 256-bits (composed of 16 packed 16-bit integers) from memory into dst. mem_addr does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary.
- Load 256-bits (composed of 8 packed 32-bit integers) from memory into dst. mem_addr does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary.
- Load 256-bits (composed of 4 packed 64-bit integers) from memory into dst. mem_addr does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary.
- Counts the number of leading zero bits in each packed 32-bit integer in a, and store the results in dst.
- Counts the number of leading zero bits in each packed 64-bit integer in a, and store the results in dst.
- Multiply packed unsigned 52-bit integers in each 64-bit element of
`b`

and`c`

to form a 104-bit intermediate result. Add the high 52-bit unsigned integer from the intermediate result with the corresponding unsigned 64-bit integer in`a`

, and store the results in`dst`

. - Multiply packed unsigned 52-bit integers in each 64-bit element of
`b`

and`c`

to form a 104-bit intermediate result. Add the low 52-bit unsigned integer from the intermediate result with the corresponding unsigned 64-bit integer in`a`

, and store the results in`dst`

. - Shuffle 8-bit integers in a and b across lanes using the corresponding selector and index in idx, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 16-bit integers in a and b across lanes using the corresponding selector and index in idx, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from idx when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 32-bit integers in a and b across lanes using the corresponding selector and index in idx, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from idx when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 64-bit integers in a and b across lanes using the corresponding selector and index in idx, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from idx when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b across lanes using the corresponding selector and index in idx, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from idx when the corresponding mask bit is not set)
- Shuffle single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b across lanes using the corresponding selector and index in idx, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from idx when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, add the intermediate result to packed elements in c, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from c when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, add the intermediate result to packed elements in c, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from c when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, alternatively add and subtract packed elements in c to/from the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from c when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, alternatively add and subtract packed elements in c to/from the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from c when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, subtract packed elements in c from the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from c when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, subtract packed elements in c from the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from c when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, alternatively subtract and add packed elements in c from/to the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from c when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, alternatively subtract and add packed elements in c from/to the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from c when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, add the negated intermediate result to packed elements in c, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from c when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, add the negated intermediate result to packed elements in c, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from c when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, subtract packed elements in c from the negated intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from c when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, subtract packed elements in c from the negated intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from c when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the absolute value of packed signed 8-bit integers in a, and store the unsigned results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the absolute value of packed signed 16-bit integers in a, and store the unsigned results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the absolute value of packed signed 32-bit integers in a, and store the unsigned results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the absolute value of packed signed 64-bit integers in a, and store the unsigned results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Add packed 8-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Add packed 16-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Add packed 32-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Add packed 64-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Add packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Add packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Add packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b using saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Add packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b using saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Add packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b using saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Add packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b using saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate pairs of 16-byte blocks in a and b into a 32-byte temporary result, shift the result right by imm8 bytes, and store the low 16 bytes in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate a and b into a 64-byte immediate result, shift the result right by imm8 32-bit elements, and store the low 32 bytes (8 elements) in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate a and b into a 64-byte immediate result, shift the result right by imm8 64-bit elements, and store the low 32 bytes (4 elements) in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Performs element-by-element bitwise AND between packed 32-bit integer elements of a and b, storing the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the bitwise AND of packed 64-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the bitwise NOT of packed 32-bit integers in a and then AND with b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the bitwise NOT of packed 64-bit integers in a and then AND with b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Average packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Average packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Considers the input
`b`

as packed 64-bit integers and`c`

as packed 8-bit integers. Then groups 8 8-bit values from`c`

as indices into the bits of the corresponding 64-bit integer. It then selects these bits and packs them into the output. - Blend packed 8-bit integers from a and b using control mask k, and store the results in dst.
- Blend packed 16-bit integers from a and b using control mask k, and store the results in dst.
- Blend packed 32-bit integers from a and b using control mask k, and store the results in dst.
- Blend packed 64-bit integers from a and b using control mask k, and store the results in dst.
- Blend packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements from a and b using control mask k, and store the results in dst.
- Blend packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from a and b using control mask k, and store the results in dst.
- Broadcast the 4 packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from a to all elements of dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Broadcast the 4 packed 32-bit integers from a to all elements of dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Broadcast the low packed 8-bit integer from a to all elements of dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Broadcast the low packed 32-bit integer from a to all elements of dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Broadcast the low packed 64-bit integer from a to all elements of dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Broadcast the low double-precision (64-bit) floating-point element from a to all elements of dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Broadcast the low single-precision (32-bit) floating-point element from a to all elements of dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Broadcast the low packed 16-bit integer from a to all elements of dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 32-bit integers in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 64-bit integers in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b for equality, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b for equality, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed 32-bit integers in a and b for equality, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed 64-bit integers in a and b for equality, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b for equality, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b for equality, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a and b for equality, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a and b for equality, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b for greater-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b for greater-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 32-bit integers in a and b for greater-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 64-bit integers in a and b for greater-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b for greater-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b for greater-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a and b for greater-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a and b for greater-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b for greater-than, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b for greater-than, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 32-bit integers in a and b for greater-than, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 64-bit integers in a and b for greater-than, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b for greater-than, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b for greater-than, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a and b for greater-than, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a and b for greater-than, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b for less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b for less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 32-bit integers in a and b for less-than, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 64-bit integers in a and b for less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b for less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b for less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a and b for less-than, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a and b for less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b for less-than, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b for less-than, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 32-bit integers in a and b for less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 64-bit integers in a and b for less-than, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b for less-than, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b for less-than, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a and b for less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a and b for less-than, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b for not-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b for not-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed 32-bit integers in a and b for not-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 64-bit integers in a and b for not-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b for not-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b for not-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a and b for not-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a and b for not-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Contiguously store the active 8-bit integers in a (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to dst, and pass through the remaining elements from src.
- Contiguously store the active 16-bit integers in a (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to dst, and pass through the remaining elements from src.
- Contiguously store the active 32-bit integers in a (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to dst, and pass through the remaining elements from src.
- Contiguously store the active 64-bit integers in a (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to dst, and pass through the remaining elements from src.
- Contiguously store the active double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to dst, and pass through the remaining elements from src.
- Contiguously store the active single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to dst, and pass through the remaining elements from src.
- Contiguously store the active 8-bit integers in a (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Contiguously store the active 16-bit integers in a (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Contiguously store the active 32-bit integers in a (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Contiguously store the active 64-bit integers in a (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Contiguously store the active double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Contiguously store the active single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Test each 32-bit element of a for equality with all other elements in a closer to the least significant bit using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). Each element’s comparison forms a zero extended bit vector in dst.
- Test each 64-bit element of a for equality with all other elements in a closer to the least significant bit using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). Each element’s comparison forms a zero extended bit vector in dst.
- Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed half-precision (16-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).

Rounding is done according to the imm8[2:0] parameter, which can be one of: (_MM_FROUND_TO_NEAREST_INT |_MM_FROUND_NO_EXC) // round to nearest, and suppress exceptions

(_MM_FROUND_TO_NEG_INF |_MM_FROUND_NO_EXC) // round down, and suppress exceptions

(_MM_FROUND_TO_POS_INF |_MM_FROUND_NO_EXC) // round up, and suppress exceptions

(_MM_FROUND_TO_ZERO |_MM_FROUND_NO_EXC) // truncate, and suppress exceptions

_MM_FROUND_CUR_DIRECTION // use MXCSR.RC; see _MM_SET_ROUNDING_MODE - Sign extend packed 8-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Sign extend packed 8-bit integers in a to packed 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Sign extend packed 8-bit integers in the low 4 bytes of a to packed 64-bit integers, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed 16-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Sign extend packed 16-bit integers in a to packed 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Sign extend packed 16-bit integers in a to packed 64-bit integers, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed 16-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with truncation, and store the active results (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Convert packed 32-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed 32-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Sign extend packed 32-bit integers in a to packed 64-bit integers, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed signed 32-bit integers in a to packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed signed 32-bit integers in a to packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed 32-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with truncation, and store the active results (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Convert packed 32-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers with truncation, and store the active results (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Convert packed 64-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed 64-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed 64-bit integers in a to packed 32-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed 64-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with truncation, and store the active results (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Convert packed 64-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers with truncation, and store the active results (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Convert packed 64-bit integers in a to packed 32-bit integers with truncation, and store the active results (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Zero extend packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Zero extend packed unsigned 8-bit integers in the low 8 bytes of a to packed 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Zero extend packed unsigned 8-bit integers in the low 4 bytes of a to packed 64-bit integers, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Zero extend packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a to packed 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Zero extend packed unsigned 16-bit integers in the low 8 bytes of a to packed 64-bit integers, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Zero extend packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a to packed 64-bit integers, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a to packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in two vectors a and b to packed BF16 (16-bit) floating-point elements and store the results in single vector dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). Intel’s documentation
- Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed BF16 (16-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). Intel’s documentation
- Convert packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed unsigned 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed half-precision (16-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed unsigned 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed half-precision (16-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).

Rounding is done according to the imm8[2:0] parameter, which can be one of:

_MM_FROUND_TO_NEAREST_INT // round to nearest

_MM_FROUND_TO_NEG_INF // round down

_MM_FROUND_TO_POS_INF // round up

_MM_FROUND_TO_ZERO // truncate

_MM_FROUND_CUR_DIRECTION // use MXCSR.RC; see _MM_SET_ROUNDING_MODE - Convert packed signed 16-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed signed 16-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the active results (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Convert packed signed 32-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed signed 32-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed signed 32-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the active results (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Convert packed signed 32-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the active results (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Convert packed signed 64-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed signed 64-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed signed 64-bit integers in a to packed 32-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed signed 64-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the active results (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Convert packed signed 64-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the active results (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Convert packed signed 64-bit integers in a to packed 32-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the active results (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Convert packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed 32-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed unsigned 32-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed 32-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed double-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed unsigned 32-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a to packed unsigned 8-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a to packed unsigned 8-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the active results (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Convert packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a to packed unsigned 8-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a to packed unsigned 16-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the active results (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Convert packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a to packed unsigned 16-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the active results (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Convert packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a to packed unsigned 8-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a to packed unsigned 16-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a to packed unsigned 32-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the active results (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Convert packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the active results (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Convert packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a to packed 32-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the active results (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Compute the sum of absolute differences (SADs) of quadruplets of unsigned 8-bit integers in a compared to those in b, and store the 16-bit results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). Four SADs are performed on four 8-bit quadruplets for each 64-bit lane. The first two SADs use the lower 8-bit quadruplet of the lane from a, and the last two SADs use the uppper 8-bit quadruplet of the lane from a. Quadruplets from b are selected from within 128-bit lanes according to the control in imm8, and each SAD in each 64-bit lane uses the selected quadruplet at 8-bit offsets.
- Divide packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a by packed elements in b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Divide packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a by packed elements in b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute dot-product of BF16 (16-bit) floating-point pairs in a and b, accumulating the intermediate single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements with elements in src, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). Intel’s documentation
- Multiply groups of 4 adjacent pairs of unsigned 8-bit integers in a with corresponding signed 8-bit integers in b, producing 4 intermediate signed 16-bit results. Sum these 4 results with the corresponding 32-bit integer in src, and store the packed 32-bit results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply groups of 4 adjacent pairs of unsigned 8-bit integers in a with corresponding signed 8-bit integers in b, producing 4 intermediate signed 16-bit results. Sum these 4 results with the corresponding 32-bit integer in src using signed saturation, and store the packed 32-bit results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply groups of 2 adjacent pairs of signed 16-bit integers in a with corresponding 16-bit integers in b, producing 2 intermediate signed 32-bit results. Sum these 2 results with the corresponding 32-bit integer in src, and store the packed 32-bit results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply groups of 2 adjacent pairs of signed 16-bit integers in a with corresponding 16-bit integers in b, producing 2 intermediate signed 32-bit results. Sum these 2 results with the corresponding 32-bit integer in src using signed saturation, and store the packed 32-bit results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load contiguous active 8-bit integers from a (those with their respective bit set in mask k), and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load contiguous active 16-bit integers from a (those with their respective bit set in mask k), and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load contiguous active 32-bit integers from a (those with their respective bit set in mask k), and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load contiguous active 64-bit integers from a (those with their respective bit set in mask k), and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load contiguous active double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements from a (those with their respective bit set in mask k), and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load contiguous active single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from a (those with their respective bit set in mask k), and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load contiguous active 8-bit integers from unaligned memory at mem_addr (those with their respective bit set in mask k), and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load contiguous active 16-bit integers from unaligned memory at mem_addr (those with their respective bit set in mask k), and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load contiguous active 32-bit integers from unaligned memory at mem_addr (those with their respective bit set in mask k), and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load contiguous active 64-bit integers from unaligned memory at mem_addr (those with their respective bit set in mask k), and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load contiguous active single-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements from unaligned memory at mem_addr (those with their respective bit set in mask k), and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load contiguous active single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from unaligned memory at mem_addr (those with their respective bit set in mask k), and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Extract 128 bits (composed of 4 packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements) from a, selected with imm8, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Extract 128 bits (composed of 4 packed 32-bit integers) from a, selected with IMM1, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Fix up packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b using packed 64-bit integers in c, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set). imm8 is used to set the required flags reporting.
- Fix up packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b using packed 32-bit integers in c, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set). imm8 is used to set the required flags reporting.
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, add the intermediate result to packed elements in c, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, add the intermediate result to packed elements in c, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, alternatively add and subtract packed elements in c to/from the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, alternatively add and subtract packed elements in c to/from the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, subtract packed elements in c from the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, subtract packed elements in c from the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, alternatively subtract and add packed elements in c from/to the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, alternatively subtract and add packed elements in c from/to the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, add the negated intermediate result to packed elements in c, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, add the negated intermediate result to packed elements in c, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, subtract packed elements in c from the negated intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, subtract packed elements in c from the negated intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert the exponent of each packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point element in a to a double-precision (64-bit) floating-point number representing the integer exponent, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). This intrinsic essentially calculates floor(log2(x)) for each element.
- Convert the exponent of each packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point element in a to a single-precision (32-bit) floating-point number representing the integer exponent, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). This intrinsic essentially calculates floor(log2(x)) for each element.
- Normalize the mantissas of packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). This intrinsic essentially calculates ±(2^k)*|x.significand|, where k depends on the interval range defined by interv and the sign depends on sc and the source sign.

The mantissa is normalized to the interval specified by interv, which can take the following values:

_MM_MANT_NORM_1_2 // interval [1, 2)

_MM_MANT_NORM_p5_2 // interval [0.5, 2)

_MM_MANT_NORM_p5_1 // interval [0.5, 1)

_MM_MANT_NORM_p75_1p5 // interval [0.75, 1.5)

The sign is determined by sc which can take the following values:

_MM_MANT_SIGN_src // sign = sign(src)

_MM_MANT_SIGN_zero // sign = 0

_MM_MANT_SIGN_nan // dst = NaN if sign(src) = 1 - Normalize the mantissas of packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). This intrinsic essentially calculates ±(2^k)*|x.significand|, where k depends on the interval range defined by interv and the sign depends on sc and the source sign.

The mantissa is normalized to the interval specified by interv, which can take the following values:

_MM_MANT_NORM_1_2 // interval [1, 2)

_MM_MANT_NORM_p5_2 // interval [0.5, 2)

_MM_MANT_NORM_p5_1 // interval [0.5, 1)

_MM_MANT_NORM_p75_1p5 // interval [0.75, 1.5)

The sign is determined by sc which can take the following values:

_MM_MANT_SIGN_src // sign = sign(src)

_MM_MANT_SIGN_zero // sign = 0

_MM_MANT_SIGN_nan // dst = NaN if sign(src) = 1 - Performs an affine transformation on the packed bytes in x. That is computes a*x+b over the Galois Field 2^8 for each packed byte with a being a 8x8 bit matrix and b being a constant 8-bit immediate value. Each pack of 8 bytes in x is paired with the 64-bit word at the same position in a.
- Performs an affine transformation on the inverted packed bytes in x. That is computes a*inv(x)+b over the Galois Field 2^8 for each packed byte with a being a 8x8 bit matrix and b being a constant 8-bit immediate value. The inverse of a byte is defined with respect to the reduction polynomial x^8+x^4+x^3+x+1. The inverse of 0 is 0. Each pack of 8 bytes in x is paired with the 64-bit word at the same position in a.
- Performs a multiplication in GF(2^8) on the packed bytes. The field is in polynomial representation with the reduction polynomial x^8 + x^4 + x^3 + x + 1.
- Copy a to tmp, then insert 128 bits (composed of 4 packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements) from b into tmp at the location specified by imm8. Store tmp to dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Copy a to tmp, then insert 128 bits (composed of 4 packed 32-bit integers) from b into tmp at the location specified by imm8. Store tmp to dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load packed 32-bit integers from memory into dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). mem_addr must be aligned on a 32-byte boundary or a general-protection exception may be generated.
- Load packed 64-bit integers from memory into dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). mem_addr must be aligned on a 32-byte boundary or a general-protection exception may be generated.
- Load packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements from memory into dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). mem_addr must be aligned on a 32-byte boundary or a general-protection exception may be generated.
- Load packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from memory into dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). mem_addr must be aligned on a 32-byte boundary or a general-protection exception may be generated.
- Load packed 8-bit integers from memory into dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). mem_addr does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary.
- Load packed 16-bit integers from memory into dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). mem_addr does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary.
- Load packed 32-bit integers from memory into dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). mem_addr does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary.
- Load packed 64-bit integers from memory into dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). mem_addr does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary.
- Load packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements from memory into dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). mem_addr does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary.
- Load packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from memory into dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). mem_addr does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary.
- Counts the number of leading zero bits in each packed 32-bit integer in a, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Counts the number of leading zero bits in each packed 64-bit integer in a, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b, producing intermediate signed 32-bit integers. Horizontally add adjacent pairs of intermediate 32-bit integers, and pack the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a by packed signed 8-bit integers in b, producing intermediate signed 16-bit integers. Horizontally add adjacent pairs of intermediate signed 16-bit integers, and pack the saturated results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b, and store packed maximum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b, and store packed maximum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 32-bit integers in a and b, and store packed maximum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 64-bit integers in a and b, and store packed maximum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b, and store packed maximum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b, and store packed maximum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a and b, and store packed maximum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a and b, and store packed maximum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, and store packed maximum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, and store packed maximum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b, and store packed minimum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b, and store packed minimum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 32-bit integers in a and b, and store packed minimum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 64-bit integers in a and b, and store packed minimum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b, and store packed minimum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b, and store packed minimum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a and b, and store packed minimum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a and b, and store packed minimum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, and store packed minimum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, and store packed minimum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Move packed 8-bit integers from a into dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Move packed 16-bit integers from a into dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Move packed 32-bit integers from a to dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Move packed 64-bit integers from a to dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Move packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements from a to dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Move packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from a to dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Duplicate even-indexed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements from a, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Duplicate odd-indexed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from a, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Duplicate even-indexed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from a, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply the low signed 32-bit integers from each packed 64-bit element in a and b, and store the signed 64-bit results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply the low unsigned 32-bit integers from each packed 64-bit element in a and b, and store the unsigned 64-bit results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply the packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b, producing intermediate 32-bit integers, and store the high 16 bits of the intermediate integers in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply the packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b, producing intermediate 32-bit integers, and store the high 16 bits of the intermediate integers in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b, producing intermediate signed 32-bit integers. Truncate each intermediate integer to the 18 most significant bits, round by adding 1, and store bits [16:1] to dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply the packed 16-bit integers in a and b, producing intermediate 32-bit integers, and store the low 16 bits of the intermediate integers in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply the packed 32-bit integers in a and b, producing intermediate 64-bit integers, and store the low 32 bits of the intermediate integers in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- For each 64-bit element in b, select 8 unaligned bytes using a byte-granular shift control within the corresponding 64-bit element of a, and store the 8 assembled bytes to the corresponding 64-bit element of dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the bitwise OR of packed 32-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the bitwise OR of packed 64-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed signed 16-bit integers from a and b to packed 8-bit integers using signed saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed signed 32-bit integers from a and b to packed 16-bit integers using signed saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed signed 16-bit integers from a and b to packed 8-bit integers using unsigned saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed signed 32-bit integers from a and b to packed 16-bit integers using unsigned saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a within 128-bit lanes using the control in imm8, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a within 128-bit lanes using the control in imm8, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a within 128-bit lanes using the control in b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a within 128-bit lanes using the control in b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 8-bit integers in a and b across lanes using the corresponding selector and index in idx, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 16-bit integers in a and b across lanes using the corresponding selector and index in idx, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 32-bit integers in a and b across lanes using the corresponding selector and index in idx, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 64-bit integers in a and b across lanes using the corresponding selector and index in idx, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b across lanes using the corresponding selector and index in idx, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b across lanes using the corresponding selector and index in idx, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 64-bit integers in a within 256-bit lanes using the control in imm8, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a within 256-bit lanes using the control in imm8, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 8-bit integers in a across lanes using the corresponding index in idx, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 16-bit integers in a across lanes using the corresponding index in idx, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 32-bit integers in a across lanes using the corresponding index in idx, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 64-bit integers in a across lanes using the corresponding index in idx, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a across lanes using the corresponding index in idx, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a across lanes using the corresponding index in idx, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- For each packed 8-bit integer maps the value to the number of logical 1 bits.
- For each packed 16-bit integer maps the value to the number of logical 1 bits.
- For each packed 32-bit integer maps the value to the number of logical 1 bits.
- For each packed 64-bit integer maps the value to the number of logical 1 bits.
- Compute the approximate reciprocal of packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). The maximum relative error for this approximation is less than 2^-14.
- Compute the approximate reciprocal of packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). The maximum relative error for this approximation is less than 2^-14.
- Rotate the bits in each packed 32-bit integer in a to the left by the number of bits specified in imm8, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Rotate the bits in each packed 64-bit integer in a to the left by the number of bits specified in imm8, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Rotate the bits in each packed 32-bit integer in a to the left by the number of bits specified in the corresponding element of b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Rotate the bits in each packed 64-bit integer in a to the left by the number of bits specified in the corresponding element of b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Rotate the bits in each packed 32-bit integer in a to the right by the number of bits specified in imm8, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Rotate the bits in each packed 64-bit integer in a to the right by the number of bits specified in imm8, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Rotate the bits in each packed 32-bit integer in a to the right by the number of bits specified in the corresponding element of b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Rotate the bits in each packed 64-bit integer in a to the right by the number of bits specified in the corresponding element of b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Round packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a to the number of fraction bits specified by imm8, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).

Rounding is done according to the imm8[2:0] parameter, which can be one of:

_MM_FROUND_TO_NEAREST_INT // round to nearest

_MM_FROUND_TO_NEG_INF // round down

_MM_FROUND_TO_POS_INF // round up

_MM_FROUND_TO_ZERO // truncate

_MM_FROUND_CUR_DIRECTION // use MXCSR.RC; see _MM_SET_ROUNDING_MODE - Round packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to the number of fraction bits specified by imm8, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).

Rounding is done according to the imm8[2:0] parameter, which can be one of:

_MM_FROUND_TO_NEAREST_INT // round to nearest

_MM_FROUND_TO_NEG_INF // round down

_MM_FROUND_TO_POS_INF // round up

_MM_FROUND_TO_ZERO // truncate

_MM_FROUND_CUR_DIRECTION // use MXCSR.RC; see _MM_SET_ROUNDING_MODE - Compute the approximate reciprocal square root of packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). The maximum relative error for this approximation is less than 2^-14.
- Compute the approximate reciprocal square root of packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). The maximum relative error for this approximation is less than 2^-14.
- Scale the packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a using values from b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Scale the packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a using values from b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Broadcast 8-bit integer a to all elements of dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Broadcast 16-bit integer a to all elements of dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Broadcast 32-bit integer a to all elements of dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Broadcast 64-bit integer a to all elements of dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate packed 16-bit integers in a and b producing an intermediate 32-bit result. Shift the result left by imm8 bits, and store the upper 16-bits in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate packed 32-bit integers in a and b producing an intermediate 64-bit result. Shift the result left by imm8 bits, and store the upper 32-bits in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate packed 64-bit integers in a and b producing an intermediate 128-bit result. Shift the result left by imm8 bits, and store the upper 64-bits in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate packed 16-bit integers in a and b producing an intermediate 32-bit result. Shift the result left by the amount specified in the corresponding element of c, and store the upper 16-bits in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate packed 32-bit integers in a and b producing an intermediate 64-bit result. Shift the result left by the amount specified in the corresponding element of c, and store the upper 32-bits in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate packed 64-bit integers in a and b producing an intermediate 128-bit result. Shift the result left by the amount specified in the corresponding element of c, and store the upper 64-bits in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate packed 16-bit integers in b and a producing an intermediate 32-bit result. Shift the result right by imm8 bits, and store the lower 16-bits in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate packed 32-bit integers in b and a producing an intermediate 64-bit result. Shift the result right by imm8 bits, and store the lower 32-bits in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate packed 64-bit integers in b and a producing an intermediate 128-bit result. Shift the result right by imm8 bits, and store the lower 64-bits in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src“ when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate packed 16-bit integers in b and a producing an intermediate 32-bit result. Shift the result right by the amount specified in the corresponding element of c, and store the lower 16-bits in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate packed 32-bit integers in b and a producing an intermediate 64-bit result. Shift the result right by the amount specified in the corresponding element of c, and store the lower 32-bits in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate packed 64-bit integers in b and a producing an intermediate 128-bit result. Shift the result right by the amount specified in the corresponding element of c, and store the lower 64-bits in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 8-bit integers in a within 128-bit lanes using the control in the corresponding 8-bit element of b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 32-bit integers in a within 128-bit lanes using the control in imm8, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 128-bits (composed of 4 single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements) selected by imm8 from a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 128-bits (composed of 2 double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements) selected by imm8 from a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 128-bits (composed of 4 32-bit integers) selected by imm8 from a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 128-bits (composed of 2 64-bit integers) selected by imm8 from a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements within 128-bit lanes using the control in imm8, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a within 128-bit lanes using the control in imm8, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 16-bit integers in the high 64 bits of 128-bit lanes of a using the control in imm8. Store the results in the high 64 bits of 128-bit lanes of dst, with the low 64 bits of 128-bit lanes being copied from a to dst, using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 16-bit integers in the low 64 bits of 128-bit lanes of a using the control in imm8. Store the results in the low 64 bits of 128-bit lanes of dst, with the high 64 bits of 128-bit lanes being copied from a to dst, using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 16-bit integers in a left by count while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 32-bit integers in a left by count while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 64-bit integers in a left by count while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 16-bit integers in a left by imm8 while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 32-bit integers in a left by imm8 while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 64-bit integers in a left by imm8 while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 16-bit integers in a left by the amount specified by the corresponding element in count while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 32-bit integers in a left by the amount specified by the corresponding element in count while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 64-bit integers in a left by the amount specified by the corresponding element in count while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the square root of packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the square root of packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 16-bit integers in a right by count while shifting in sign bits, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 32-bit integers in a right by count while shifting in sign bits, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 64-bit integers in a right by count while shifting in sign bits, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 16-bit integers in a right by imm8 while shifting in sign bits, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 32-bit integers in a right by imm8 while shifting in sign bits, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 64-bit integers in a right by imm8 while shifting in sign bits, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 16-bit integers in a right by the amount specified by the corresponding element in count while shifting in sign bits, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 32-bit integers in a right by the amount specified by the corresponding element in count while shifting in sign bits, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 64-bit integers in a right by the amount specified by the corresponding element in count while shifting in sign bits, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 16-bit integers in a right by count while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 32-bit integers in a right by count while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 64-bit integers in a right by count while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 16-bit integers in a right by imm8 while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 32-bit integers in a right by imm8 while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 64-bit integers in a right by imm8 while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 16-bit integers in a right by the amount specified by the corresponding element in count while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 32-bit integers in a right by the amount specified by the corresponding element in count while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 64-bit integers in a right by the amount specified by the corresponding element in count while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Store packed 32-bit integers from a into memory using writemask k. mem_addr must be aligned on a 32-byte boundary or a general-protection exception may be generated.
- Store packed 64-bit integers from a into memory using writemask k. mem_addr must be aligned on a 32-byte boundary or a general-protection exception may be generated.
- Store packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements from a into memory using writemask k. mem_addr must be aligned on a 32-byte boundary or a general-protection exception may be generated.
- Store packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from a into memory using writemask k. mem_addr must be aligned on a 32-byte boundary or a general-protection exception may be generated.
- Store packed 8-bit integers from a into memory using writemask k. mem_addr does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary.
- Store packed 16-bit integers from a into memory using writemask k. mem_addr does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary.
- Store packed 32-bit integers from a into memory using writemask k. mem_addr does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary.
- Store packed 64-bit integers from a into memory using writemask k. mem_addr does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary.
- Store packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements from a into memory using writemask k. mem_addr does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary.
- Store packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from a into memory using writemask k. mem_addr does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary.
- Subtract packed 8-bit integers in b from packed 8-bit integers in a, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Subtract packed 16-bit integers in b from packed 16-bit integers in a, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Subtract packed 32-bit integers in b from packed 32-bit integers in a, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Subtract packed 64-bit integers in b from packed 64-bit integers in a, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Subtract packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in b from packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Subtract packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in b from packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Subtract packed signed 8-bit integers in b from packed 8-bit integers in a using saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Subtract packed signed 16-bit integers in b from packed 16-bit integers in a using saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Subtract packed unsigned 8-bit integers in b from packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a using saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Subtract packed unsigned 16-bit integers in b from packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a using saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Bitwise ternary logic that provides the capability to implement any three-operand binary function; the specific binary function is specified by value in imm8. For each bit in each packed 32-bit integer, the corresponding bit from src, a, and b are used to form a 3 bit index into imm8, and the value at that bit in imm8 is written to the corresponding bit in dst using writemask k at 32-bit granularity (32-bit elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Bitwise ternary logic that provides the capability to implement any three-operand binary function; the specific binary function is specified by value in imm8. For each bit in each packed 64-bit integer, the corresponding bit from src, a, and b are used to form a 3 bit index into imm8, and the value at that bit in imm8 is written to the corresponding bit in dst using writemask k at 64-bit granularity (64-bit elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the bitwise AND of packed 8-bit integers in a and b, producing intermediate 8-bit values, and set the corresponding bit in result mask k (subject to writemask k) if the intermediate value is non-zero.
- Compute the bitwise AND of packed 16-bit integers in a and b, producing intermediate 16-bit values, and set the corresponding bit in result mask k (subject to writemask k) if the intermediate value is non-zero.
- Compute the bitwise AND of packed 32-bit integers in a and b, producing intermediate 32-bit values, and set the corresponding bit in result mask k (subject to writemask k) if the intermediate value is non-zero.
- Compute the bitwise AND of packed 64-bit integers in a and b, producing intermediate 64-bit values, and set the corresponding bit in result mask k (subject to writemask k) if the intermediate value is non-zero.
- Compute the bitwise NAND of packed 8-bit integers in a and b, producing intermediate 8-bit values, and set the corresponding bit in result mask k (subject to writemask k) if the intermediate value is zero.
- Compute the bitwise NAND of packed 16-bit integers in a and b, producing intermediate 16-bit values, and set the corresponding bit in result mask k (subject to writemask k) if the intermediate value is zero.
- Compute the bitwise NAND of packed 32-bit integers in a and b, producing intermediate 32-bit values, and set the corresponding bit in result mask k (subject to writemask k) if the intermediate value is zero.
- Compute the bitwise NAND of packed 64-bit integers in a and b, producing intermediate 64-bit values, and set the corresponding bit in result mask k (subject to writemask k) if the intermediate value is zero.
- Unpack and interleave 8-bit integers from the high half of each 128-bit lane in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Unpack and interleave 16-bit integers from the high half of each 128-bit lane in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Unpack and interleave 32-bit integers from the high half of each 128-bit lane in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Unpack and interleave 64-bit integers from the high half of each 128-bit lane in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Unpack and interleave double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements from the high half of each 128-bit lane in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Unpack and interleave single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from the high half of each 128-bit lane in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Unpack and interleave 8-bit integers from the low half of each 128-bit lane in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Unpack and interleave 16-bit integers from the low half of each 128-bit lane in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Unpack and interleave 32-bit integers from the low half of each 128-bit lane in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Unpack and interleave 64-bit integers from the low half of each 128-bit lane in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Unpack and interleave double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements from the low half of each 128-bit lane in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Unpack and interleave single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from the low half of each 128-bit lane in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the bitwise XOR of packed 32-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the bitwise XOR of packed 64-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the absolute value of packed signed 8-bit integers in a, and store the unsigned results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the absolute value of packed signed 16-bit integers in a, and store the unsigned results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the absolute value of packed signed 32-bit integers in a, and store the unsigned results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the absolute value of packed signed 64-bit integers in a, and store the unsigned results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Add packed 8-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Add packed 16-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Add packed 32-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Add packed 64-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Add packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Add packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Add packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b using saturation, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Add packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b using saturation, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Add packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b using saturation, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Add packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b using saturation, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate pairs of 16-byte blocks in a and b into a 32-byte temporary result, shift the result right by imm8 bytes, and store the low 16 bytes in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate a and b into a 64-byte immediate result, shift the result right by imm8 32-bit elements, and store the low 32 bytes (8 elements) in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate a and b into a 64-byte immediate result, shift the result right by imm8 64-bit elements, and store the low 32 bytes (4 elements) in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the bitwise AND of packed 32-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the bitwise AND of packed 64-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the bitwise NOT of packed 32-bit integers in a and then AND with b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the bitwise NOT of packed 64-bit integers in a and then AND with b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Average packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Average packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Broadcast the 4 packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from a to all elements of dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Broadcast the 4 packed 32-bit integers from a to all elements of dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Broadcast the low packed 8-bit integer from a to all elements of dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Broadcast the low packed 32-bit integer from a to all elements of dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Broadcast the low packed 64-bit integer from a to all elements of dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Broadcast the low double-precision (64-bit) floating-point element from a to all elements of dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Broadcast the low single-precision (32-bit) floating-point element from a to all elements of dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Broadcast the low packed 16-bit integer from a to all elements of dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Contiguously store the active 8-bit integers in a (those with their respective bit set in zeromask k) to dst, and set the remaining elements to zero.
- Contiguously store the active 16-bit integers in a (those with their respective bit set in zeromask k) to dst, and set the remaining elements to zero.
- Contiguously store the active 32-bit integers in a (those with their respective bit set in zeromask k) to dst, and set the remaining elements to zero.
- Contiguously store the active 64-bit integers in a (those with their respective bit set in zeromask k) to dst, and set the remaining elements to zero.
- Contiguously store the active double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a (those with their respective bit set in zeromask k) to dst, and set the remaining elements to zero.
- Contiguously store the active single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a (those with their respective bit set in zeromask k) to dst, and set the remaining elements to zero.
- Test each 32-bit element of a for equality with all other elements in a closer to the least significant bit using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set). Each element’s comparison forms a zero extended bit vector in dst.
- Test each 64-bit element of a for equality with all other elements in a closer to the least significant bit using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set). Each element’s comparison forms a zero extended bit vector in dst.
- Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed half-precision (16-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).

Rounding is done according to the imm8[2:0] parameter, which can be one of:

(_MM_FROUND_TO_NEAREST_INT |_MM_FROUND_NO_EXC) // round to nearest, and suppress exceptions

(_MM_FROUND_TO_NEG_INF |_MM_FROUND_NO_EXC) // round down, and suppress exceptions

(_MM_FROUND_TO_POS_INF |_MM_FROUND_NO_EXC) // round up, and suppress exceptions

(_MM_FROUND_TO_ZERO |_MM_FROUND_NO_EXC) // truncate, and suppress exceptions

_MM_FROUND_CUR_DIRECTION // use MXCSR.RC; see _MM_SET_ROUNDING_MODE - Sign extend packed 8-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Sign extend packed 8-bit integers in a to packed 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Sign extend packed 8-bit integers in the low 4 bytes of a to packed 64-bit integers, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed 16-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Sign extend packed 16-bit integers in a to packed 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Sign extend packed 16-bit integers in a to packed 64-bit integers, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed 32-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed 32-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Sign extend packed 32-bit integers in a to packed 64-bit integers, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed signed 32-bit integers in a to packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed signed 32-bit integers in a to packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed 64-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed 64-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed 64-bit integers in a to packed 32-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Zero extend packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Zero extend packed unsigned 8-bit integers in the low 8 bytes of a to packed 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Zero extend packed unsigned 8-bit integers in the low 4 bytes of a to packed 64-bit integers, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Zero extend packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a to packed 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Zero extend packed unsigned 16-bit integers in the low 8 bytes of a to packed 64-bit integers, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Zero extend packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a to packed 64-bit integers, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a to packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in two vectors a and b to packed BF16 (16-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in single vector dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set). Intel’s documentation
- Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed BF16 (16-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set). Intel’s documentation
- Convert packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed unsigned 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed half-precision (16-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed unsigned 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed half-precision (16-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).

Rounding is done according to the imm8[2:0] parameter, which can be one of:

_MM_FROUND_TO_NEAREST_INT // round to nearest

_MM_FROUND_TO_NEG_INF // round down

_MM_FROUND_TO_POS_INF // round up

_MM_FROUND_TO_ZERO // truncate

_MM_FROUND_CUR_DIRECTION // use MXCSR.RC; see _MM_SET_ROUNDING_MODE - Convert packed signed 16-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed signed 32-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed signed 32-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed signed 64-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed signed 64-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed signed 64-bit integers in a to packed 32-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed 32-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed unsigned 32-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed 32-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed double-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed unsigned 32-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a to packed unsigned 8-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a to packed unsigned 8-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a to packed unsigned 16-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a to packed unsigned 8-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a to packed unsigned 16-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a to packed unsigned 32-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the sum of absolute differences (SADs) of quadruplets of unsigned 8-bit integers in a compared to those in b, and store the 16-bit results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set). Four SADs are performed on four 8-bit quadruplets for each 64-bit lane. The first two SADs use the lower 8-bit quadruplet of the lane from a, and the last two SADs use the uppper 8-bit quadruplet of the lane from a. Quadruplets from b are selected from within 128-bit lanes according to the control in imm8, and each SAD in each 64-bit lane uses the selected quadruplet at 8-bit offsets.
- Divide packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a by packed elements in b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Divide packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a by packed elements in b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute dot-product of BF16 (16-bit) floating-point pairs in a and b, accumulating the intermediate single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements with elements in src, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set). Intel’s documentation
- Multiply groups of 4 adjacent pairs of unsigned 8-bit integers in a with corresponding signed 8-bit integers in b, producing 4 intermediate signed 16-bit results. Sum these 4 results with the corresponding 32-bit integer in src, and store the packed 32-bit results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply groups of 4 adjacent pairs of unsigned 8-bit integers in a with corresponding signed 8-bit integers in b, producing 4 intermediate signed 16-bit results. Sum these 4 results with the corresponding 32-bit integer in src using signed saturation, and store the packed 32-bit results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply groups of 2 adjacent pairs of signed 16-bit integers in a with corresponding 16-bit integers in b, producing 2 intermediate signed 32-bit results. Sum these 2 results with the corresponding 32-bit integer in src, and store the packed 32-bit results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply groups of 2 adjacent pairs of signed 16-bit integers in a with corresponding 16-bit integers in b, producing 2 intermediate signed 32-bit results. Sum these 2 results with the corresponding 32-bit integer in src using signed saturation, and store the packed 32-bit results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load contiguous active 8-bit integers from a (those with their respective bit set in mask k), and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load contiguous active 16-bit integers from a (those with their respective bit set in mask k), and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load contiguous active 32-bit integers from a (those with their respective bit set in mask k), and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load contiguous active 64-bit integers from a (those with their respective bit set in mask k), and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load contiguous active double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements from a (those with their respective bit set in mask k), and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load contiguous active single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from a (those with their respective bit set in mask k), and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load contiguous active 8-bit integers from unaligned memory at mem_addr (those with their respective bit set in mask k), and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load contiguous active 16-bit integers from unaligned memory at mem_addr (those with their respective bit set in mask k), and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load contiguous active 32-bit integers from unaligned memory at mem_addr (those with their respective bit set in mask k), and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load contiguous active 64-bit integers from unaligned memory at mem_addr (those with their respective bit set in mask k), and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load contiguous active single-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements from unaligned memory at mem_addr (those with their respective bit set in mask k), and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load contiguous active single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from unaligned memory at mem_addr (those with their respective bit set in mask k), and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Extract 128 bits (composed of 4 packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements) from a, selected with imm8, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Extract 128 bits (composed of 4 packed 32-bit integers) from a, selected with IMM1, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Fix up packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b using packed 64-bit integers in c, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set). imm8 is used to set the required flags reporting.
- Fix up packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b using packed 32-bit integers in c, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set). imm8 is used to set the required flags reporting.
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, add the intermediate result to packed elements in c, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, add the intermediate result to packed elements in c, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, alternatively add and subtract packed elements in c to/from the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, alternatively add and subtract packed elements in c to/from the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, subtract packed elements in c from the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, subtract packed elements in c from the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, alternatively add and subtract packed elements in c to/from the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, alternatively subtract and add packed elements in c from/to the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, add the negated intermediate result to packed elements in c, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, add the negated intermediate result to packed elements in c, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, subtract packed elements in c from the negated intermediate result, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, subtract packed elements in c from the negated intermediate result, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert the exponent of each packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point element in a to a double-precision (64-bit) floating-point number representing the integer exponent, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set). This intrinsic essentially calculates floor(log2(x)) for each element.
- Convert the exponent of each packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point element in a to a single-precision (32-bit) floating-point number representing the integer exponent, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set). This intrinsic essentially calculates floor(log2(x)) for each element.
- Normalize the mantissas of packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set). This intrinsic essentially calculates ±(2^k)*|x.significand|, where k depends on the interval range defined by interv and the sign depends on sc and the source sign.

The mantissa is normalized to the interval specified by interv, which can take the following values:

_MM_MANT_NORM_1_2 // interval [1, 2)

_MM_MANT_NORM_p5_2 // interval [0.5, 2)

_MM_MANT_NORM_p5_1 // interval [0.5, 1)

_MM_MANT_NORM_p75_1p5 // interval [0.75, 1.5)

The sign is determined by sc which can take the following values:

_MM_MANT_SIGN_src // sign = sign(src)

_MM_MANT_SIGN_zero // sign = 0

_MM_MANT_SIGN_nan // dst = NaN if sign(src) = 1 - Normalize the mantissas of packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set). This intrinsic essentially calculates ±(2^k)*|x.significand|, where k depends on the interval range defined by interv and the sign depends on sc and the source sign.

The mantissa is normalized to the interval specified by interv, which can take the following values:

_MM_MANT_NORM_1_2 // interval [1, 2)

_MM_MANT_NORM_p5_2 // interval [0.5, 2)

_MM_MANT_NORM_p5_1 // interval [0.5, 1)

_MM_MANT_NORM_p75_1p5 // interval [0.75, 1.5)

The sign is determined by sc which can take the following values:

_MM_MANT_SIGN_src // sign = sign(src)

_MM_MANT_SIGN_zero // sign = 0

_MM_MANT_SIGN_nan // dst = NaN if sign(src) = 1 - Performs an affine transformation on the packed bytes in x. That is computes a*x+b over the Galois Field 2^8 for each packed byte with a being a 8x8 bit matrix and b being a constant 8-bit immediate value. Each pack of 8 bytes in x is paired with the 64-bit word at the same position in a.
- Performs an affine transformation on the inverted packed bytes in x. That is computes a*inv(x)+b over the Galois Field 2^8 for each packed byte with a being a 8x8 bit matrix and b being a constant 8-bit immediate value. The inverse of a byte is defined with respect to the reduction polynomial x^8+x^4+x^3+x+1. The inverse of 0 is 0. Each pack of 8 bytes in x is paired with the 64-bit word at the same position in a.
- Performs a multiplication in GF(2^8) on the packed bytes. The field is in polynomial representation with the reduction polynomial x^8 + x^4 + x^3 + x + 1.
- Copy a to tmp, then insert 128 bits (composed of 4 packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements) from b into tmp at the location specified by imm8. Store tmp to dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Copy a to tmp, then insert 128 bits (composed of 4 packed 32-bit integers) from b into tmp at the location specified by imm8. Store tmp to dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load packed 32-bit integers from memory into dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set). mem_addr must be aligned on a 32-byte boundary or a general-protection exception may be generated.
- Load packed 64-bit integers from memory into dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set). mem_addr must be aligned on a 32-byte boundary or a general-protection exception may be generated.
- Load packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements from memory into dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set). mem_addr must be aligned on a 32-byte boundary or a general-protection exception may be generated.
- Load packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from memory into dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set). mem_addr must be aligned on a 32-byte boundary or a general-protection exception may be generated.
- Load packed 8-bit integers from memory into dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set). mem_addr does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary.
- Load packed 16-bit integers from memory into dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set). mem_addr does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary.
- Load packed 32-bit integers from memory into dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set). mem_addr does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary.
- Load packed 64-bit integers from memory into dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set). mem_addr does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary.
- Load packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements from memory into dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set). mem_addr does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary.
- Load packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from memory into dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set). mem_addr does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary.
- Counts the number of leading zero bits in each packed 32-bit integer in a, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Counts the number of leading zero bits in each packed 64-bit integer in a, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b, producing intermediate signed 32-bit integers. Horizontally add adjacent pairs of intermediate 32-bit integers, and pack the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a by packed signed 8-bit integers in b, producing intermediate signed 16-bit integers. Horizontally add adjacent pairs of intermediate signed 16-bit integers, and pack the saturated results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b, and store packed maximum values in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b, and store packed maximum values in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 32-bit integers in a and b, and store packed maximum values in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 64-bit integers in a and b, and store packed maximum values in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b, and store packed maximum values in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b, and store packed maximum values in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a and b, and store packed maximum values in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a and b, and store packed maximum values in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, and store packed maximum values in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, and store packed maximum values in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b, and store packed minimum values in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b, and store packed minimum values in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 32-bit integers in a and b, and store packed minimum values in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 64-bit integers in a and b, and store packed minimum values in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b, and store packed minimum values in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b, and store packed minimum values in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a and b, and store packed minimum values in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a and b, and store packed minimum values in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, and store packed minimum values in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, and store packed minimum values in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Move packed 8-bit integers from a into dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Move packed 16-bit integers from a into dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Move packed 32-bit integers from a into dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Move packed 64-bit integers from a into dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Move packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements from a into dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Move packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from a into dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Duplicate even-indexed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements from a, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Duplicate odd-indexed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from a, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Duplicate even-indexed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from a, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply the low signed 32-bit integers from each packed 64-bit element in a and b, and store the signed 64-bit results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply the low unsigned 32-bit integers from each packed 64-bit element in a and b, and store the unsigned 64-bit results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply the packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b, producing intermediate 32-bit integers, and store the high 16 bits of the intermediate integers in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply the packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b, producing intermediate 32-bit integers, and store the high 16 bits of the intermediate integers in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b, producing intermediate signed 32-bit integers. Truncate each intermediate integer to the 18 most significant bits, round by adding 1, and store bits [16:1] to dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply the packed 16-bit integers in a and b, producing intermediate 32-bit integers, and store the low 16 bits of the intermediate integers in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply the packed 32-bit integers in a and b, producing intermediate 64-bit integers, and store the low 32 bits of the intermediate integers in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- For each 64-bit element in b, select 8 unaligned bytes using a byte-granular shift control within the corresponding 64-bit element of a, and store the 8 assembled bytes to the corresponding 64-bit element of dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the bitwise OR of packed 32-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the bitwise OR of packed 64-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed signed 16-bit integers from a and b to packed 8-bit integers using signed saturation, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed signed 32-bit integers from a and b to packed 16-bit integers using signed saturation, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed signed 16-bit integers from a and b to packed 8-bit integers using unsigned saturation, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed signed 32-bit integers from a and b to packed 16-bit integers using unsigned saturation, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a within 128-bit lanes using the control in imm8, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a within 128-bit lanes using the control in imm8, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a within 128-bit lanes using the control in b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a within 128-bit lanes using the control in b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 8-bit integers in a and b across lanes using the corresponding selector and index in idx, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 16-bit integers in a and b across lanes using the corresponding selector and index in idx, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 32-bit integers in a and b across lanes using the corresponding selector and index in idx, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 64-bit integers in a and b across lanes using the corresponding selector and index in idx, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b across lanes using the corresponding selector and index in idx, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b across lanes using the corresponding selector and index in idx, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 64-bit integers in a within 256-bit lanes using the control in imm8, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a within 256-bit lanes using the control in imm8, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 8-bit integers in a across lanes using the corresponding index in idx, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 16-bit integers in a across lanes using the corresponding index in idx, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 32-bit integers in a across lanes using the corresponding index in idx, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 64-bit integers in a across lanes using the corresponding index in idx, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a across lanes using the corresponding index in idx, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a across lanes using the corresponding index in idx, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- For each packed 8-bit integer maps the value to the number of logical 1 bits.
- For each packed 16-bit integer maps the value to the number of logical 1 bits.
- For each packed 32-bit integer maps the value to the number of logical 1 bits.
- For each packed 64-bit integer maps the value to the number of logical 1 bits.
- Compute the approximate reciprocal of packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set). The maximum relative error for this approximation is less than 2^-14.
- Compute the approximate reciprocal of packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set). The maximum relative error for this approximation is less than 2^-14.
- Rotate the bits in each packed 32-bit integer in a to the left by the number of bits specified in imm8, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Rotate the bits in each packed 64-bit integer in a to the left by the number of bits specified in imm8, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Rotate the bits in each packed 32-bit integer in a to the left by the number of bits specified in the corresponding element of b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Rotate the bits in each packed 64-bit integer in a to the left by the number of bits specified in the corresponding element of b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Rotate the bits in each packed 32-bit integer in a to the right by the number of bits specified in imm8, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Rotate the bits in each packed 64-bit integer in a to the right by the number of bits specified in imm8, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Rotate the bits in each packed 32-bit integer in a to the right by the number of bits specified in the corresponding element of b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Rotate the bits in each packed 64-bit integer in a to the right by the number of bits specified in the corresponding element of b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Round packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a to the number of fraction bits specified by imm8, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).

Rounding is done according to the imm8[2:0] parameter, which can be one of:

_MM_FROUND_TO_NEAREST_INT // round to nearest

_MM_FROUND_TO_NEG_INF // round down

_MM_FROUND_TO_POS_INF // round up

_MM_FROUND_TO_ZERO // truncate

_MM_FROUND_CUR_DIRECTION // use MXCSR.RC; see _MM_SET_ROUNDING_MODE - Round packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to the number of fraction bits specified by imm8, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).

Rounding is done according to the imm8[2:0] parameter, which can be one of:

_MM_FROUND_TO_NEAREST_INT // round to nearest

_MM_FROUND_TO_NEG_INF // round down

_MM_FROUND_TO_POS_INF // round up

_MM_FROUND_TO_ZERO // truncate

_MM_FROUND_CUR_DIRECTION // use MXCSR.RC; see _MM_SET_ROUNDING_MODE - Compute the approximate reciprocal square root of packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set). The maximum relative error for this approximation is less than 2^-14.
- Compute the approximate reciprocal square root of packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set). The maximum relative error for this approximation is less than 2^-14.
- Scale the packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a using values from b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Scale the packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a using values from b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Broadcast 8-bit integer a to all elements of dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Broadcast the low packed 16-bit integer from a to all elements of dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Broadcast 32-bit integer a to all elements of dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Broadcast 64-bit integer a to all elements of dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate packed 16-bit integers in a and b producing an intermediate 32-bit result. Shift the result left by imm8 bits, and store the upper 16-bits in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate packed 32-bit integers in a and b producing an intermediate 64-bit result. Shift the result left by imm8 bits, and store the upper 32-bits in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate packed 64-bit integers in a and b producing an intermediate 128-bit result. Shift the result left by imm8 bits, and store the upper 64-bits in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate packed 16-bit integers in a and b producing an intermediate 32-bit result. Shift the result left by the amount specified in the corresponding element of c, and store the upper 16-bits in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate packed 32-bit integers in a and b producing an intermediate 64-bit result. Shift the result left by the amount specified in the corresponding element of c, and store the upper 32-bits in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate packed 64-bit integers in a and b producing an intermediate 128-bit result. Shift the result left by the amount specified in the corresponding element of c, and store the upper 64-bits in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate packed 16-bit integers in b and a producing an intermediate 32-bit result. Shift the result right by imm8 bits, and store the lower 16-bits in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate packed 32-bit integers in b and a producing an intermediate 64-bit result. Shift the result right by imm8 bits, and store the lower 32-bits in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate packed 64-bit integers in b and a producing an intermediate 128-bit result. Shift the result right by imm8 bits, and store the lower 64-bits in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate packed 16-bit integers in b and a producing an intermediate 32-bit result. Shift the result right by the amount specified in the corresponding element of c, and store the lower 16-bits in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate packed 32-bit integers in b and a producing an intermediate 64-bit result. Shift the result right by the amount specified in the corresponding element of c, and store the lower 32-bits in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate packed 64-bit integers in b and a producing an intermediate 128-bit result. Shift the result right by the amount specified in the corresponding element of c, and store the lower 64-bits in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle packed 8-bit integers in a according to shuffle control mask in the corresponding 8-bit element of b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 32-bit integers in a within 128-bit lanes using the control in imm8, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 128-bits (composed of 4 single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements) selected by imm8 from a and b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 128-bits (composed of 2 double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements) selected by imm8 from a and b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 128-bits (composed of 4 32-bit integers) selected by imm8 from a and b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 128-bits (composed of 2 64-bit integers) selected by imm8 from a and b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements within 128-bit lanes using the control in imm8, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a within 128-bit lanes using the control in imm8, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 16-bit integers in the high 64 bits of 128-bit lanes of a using the control in imm8. Store the results in the high 64 bits of 128-bit lanes of dst, with the low 64 bits of 128-bit lanes being copied from a to dst, using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 16-bit integers in the low 64 bits of 128-bit lanes of a using the control in imm8. Store the results in the low 64 bits of 128-bit lanes of dst, with the high 64 bits of 128-bit lanes being copied from a to dst, using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 16-bit integers in a left by count while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 32-bit integers in a left by count while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 64-bit integers in a left by count while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 16-bit integers in a left by imm8 while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 32-bit integers in a left by imm8 while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 64-bit integers in a left by imm8 while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 16-bit integers in a left by the amount specified by the corresponding element in count while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 32-bit integers in a left by the amount specified by the corresponding element in count while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 64-bit integers in a left by the amount specified by the corresponding element in count while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the square root of packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the square root of packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 16-bit integers in a right by count while shifting in sign bits, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 32-bit integers in a right by count while shifting in sign bits, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 64-bit integers in a right by count while shifting in sign bits, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 16-bit integers in a right by imm8 while shifting in sign bits, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 32-bit integers in a right by imm8 while shifting in sign bits, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 64-bit integers in a right by imm8 while shifting in sign bits, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 16-bit integers in a right by the amount specified by the corresponding element in count while shifting in sign bits, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 32-bit integers in a right by the amount specified by the corresponding element in count while shifting in sign bits, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 64-bit integers in a right by the amount specified by the corresponding element in count while shifting in sign bits, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 16-bit integers in a right by count while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 32-bit integers in a right by count while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 64-bit integers in a right by count while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 16-bit integers in a right by imm8 while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 32-bit integers in a right by imm8 while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 64-bit integers in a right by imm8 while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 16-bit integers in a right by the amount specified by the corresponding element in count while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 32-bit integers in a right by the amount specified by the corresponding element in count while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 64-bit integers in a right by the amount specified by the corresponding element in count while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Subtract packed 8-bit integers in b from packed 8-bit integers in a, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Subtract packed 16-bit integers in b from packed 16-bit integers in a, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Subtract packed 32-bit integers in b from packed 32-bit integers in a, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Subtract packed 64-bit integers in b from packed 64-bit integers in a, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Subtract packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in b from packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Subtract packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in b from packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Subtract packed signed 8-bit integers in b from packed 8-bit integers in a using saturation, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Subtract packed signed 16-bit integers in b from packed 16-bit integers in a using saturation, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Subtract packed unsigned 8-bit integers in b from packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a using saturation, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Subtract packed unsigned 16-bit integers in b from packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a using saturation, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Bitwise ternary logic that provides the capability to implement any three-operand binary function; the specific binary function is specified by value in imm8. For each bit in each packed 32-bit integer, the corresponding bit from a, b, and c are used to form a 3 bit index into imm8, and the value at that bit in imm8 is written to the corresponding bit in dst using zeromask k at 32-bit granularity (32-bit elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Bitwise ternary logic that provides the capability to implement any three-operand binary function; the specific binary function is specified by value in imm8. For each bit in each packed 64-bit integer, the corresponding bit from a, b, and c are used to form a 3 bit index into imm8, and the value at that bit in imm8 is written to the corresponding bit in dst using zeromask k at 64-bit granularity (64-bit elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Unpack and interleave 8-bit integers from the high half of each 128-bit lane in a and b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Unpack and interleave 16-bit integers from the high half of each 128-bit lane in a and b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Unpack and interleave 32-bit integers from the high half of each 128-bit lane in a and b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Unpack and interleave 64-bit integers from the high half of each 128-bit lane in a and b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Unpack and interleave double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements from the high half of each 128-bit lane in a and b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Unpack and interleave single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from the high half of each 128-bit lane in a and b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Unpack and interleave 8-bit integers from the low half of each 128-bit lane in a and b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Unpack and interleave 16-bit integers from the low half of each 128-bit lane in a and b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Unpack and interleave 32-bit integers from the low half of each 128-bit lane in a and b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Unpack and interleave 64-bit integers from the low half of each 128-bit lane in a and b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Unpack and interleave double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements from the low half of each 128-bit lane in a and b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Unpack and interleave single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from the low half of each 128-bit lane in a and b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the bitwise XOR of packed 32-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the bitwise XOR of packed 64-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst using zeromask k (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 64-bit integers in a and b, and store packed maximum values in dst.
- Compare packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a and b, and store packed maximum values in dst.
- Compare packed signed 64-bit integers in a and b, and store packed minimum values in dst.
- Compare packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a and b, and store packed minimum values in dst.
- Set each bit of mask register k based on the most significant bit of the corresponding packed 8-bit integer in a.
- Set each bit of mask register k based on the most significant bit of the corresponding packed 16-bit integer in a.
- Set each packed 8-bit integer in dst to all ones or all zeros based on the value of the corresponding bit in k.
- Set each packed 16-bit integer in dst to all ones or all zeros based on the value of the corresponding bit in k.
- For each 64-bit element in b, select 8 unaligned bytes using a byte-granular shift control within the corresponding 64-bit element of a, and store the 8 assembled bytes to the corresponding 64-bit element of dst.
- Compute the bitwise OR of packed 32-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst.
- Compute the bitwise OR of packed 64-bit integers in a and b, and store the resut in dst.
- Shuffle 8-bit integers in a and b across lanes using the corresponding selector and index in idx, and store the results in dst.
- Shuffle 16-bit integers in a and b across lanes using the corresponding selector and index in idx, and store the results in dst.
- Shuffle 32-bit integers in a and b across lanes using the corresponding selector and index in idx, and store the results in dst.
- Shuffle 64-bit integers in a and b across lanes using the corresponding selector and index in idx, and store the results in dst.
- Shuffle double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b across lanes using the corresponding selector and index in idx, and store the results in dst.
- Shuffle single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b across lanes using the corresponding selector and index in idx, and store the results in dst.
- Shuffle 64-bit integers in a within 256-bit lanes using the control in imm8, and store the results in dst.
- Shuffle double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a within 256-bit lanes using the control in imm8, and store the results in dst.
- Shuffle 8-bit integers in a across lanes using the corresponding index in idx, and store the results in dst.
- Shuffle 16-bit integers in a across lanes using the corresponding index in idx, and store the results in dst.
- Shuffle 32-bit integers in a across lanes using the corresponding index in idx, and store the results in dst.
- Shuffle 64-bit integers in a across lanes using the corresponding index in idx, and store the results in dst.
- Shuffle double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a across lanes using the corresponding index in idx, and store the results in dst.
- Shuffle single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a across lanes using the corresponding index in idx.
- For each packed 8-bit integer maps the value to the number of logical 1 bits.
- For each packed 16-bit integer maps the value to the number of logical 1 bits.
- For each packed 32-bit integer maps the value to the number of logical 1 bits.
- For each packed 64-bit integer maps the value to the number of logical 1 bits.
- Compute the approximate reciprocal of packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst. The maximum relative error for this approximation is less than 2^-14.
- Compute the approximate reciprocal of packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst. The maximum relative error for this approximation is less than 2^-14.
- Rotate the bits in each packed 32-bit integer in a to the left by the number of bits specified in imm8, and store the results in dst.
- Rotate the bits in each packed 64-bit integer in a to the left by the number of bits specified in imm8, and store the results in dst.
- Rotate the bits in each packed 32-bit integer in a to the left by the number of bits specified in the corresponding element of b, and store the results in dst.
- Rotate the bits in each packed 64-bit integer in a to the left by the number of bits specified in the corresponding element of b, and store the results in dst.
- Rotate the bits in each packed 32-bit integer in a to the right by the number of bits specified in imm8, and store the results in dst.
- Rotate the bits in each packed 64-bit integer in a to the right by the number of bits specified in imm8, and store the results in dst.
- Rotate the bits in each packed 32-bit integer in a to the right by the number of bits specified in the corresponding element of b, and store the results in dst.
- Rotate the bits in each packed 64-bit integer in a to the right by the number of bits specified in the corresponding element of b, and store the results in dst.
- Round packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a to the number of fraction bits specified by imm8, and store the results in dst.

Rounding is done according to the imm8[2:0] parameter, which can be one of:

_MM_FROUND_TO_NEAREST_INT // round to nearest

_MM_FROUND_TO_NEG_INF // round down

_MM_FROUND_TO_POS_INF // round up

_MM_FROUND_TO_ZERO // truncate

_MM_FROUND_CUR_DIRECTION // use MXCSR.RC; see _MM_SET_ROUNDING_MODE - Round packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to the number of fraction bits specified by imm8, and store the results in dst.

Rounding is done according to the imm8[2:0] parameter, which can be one of:

_MM_FROUND_TO_NEAREST_INT // round to nearest

_MM_FROUND_TO_NEG_INF // round down

_MM_FROUND_TO_POS_INF // round up

_MM_FROUND_TO_ZERO // truncate

_MM_FROUND_CUR_DIRECTION // use MXCSR.RC; see _MM_SET_ROUNDING_MODE - Scale the packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a using values from b, and store the results in dst.
- Scale the packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a using values from b, and store the results in dst.
- Concatenate packed 16-bit integers in a and b producing an intermediate 32-bit result. Shift the result left by imm8 bits, and store the upper 16-bits in dst).
- Concatenate packed 32-bit integers in a and b producing an intermediate 64-bit result. Shift the result left by imm8 bits, and store the upper 32-bits in dst.
- Concatenate packed 64-bit integers in a and b producing an intermediate 128-bit result. Shift the result left by imm8 bits, and store the upper 64-bits in dst).
- Concatenate packed 16-bit integers in a and b producing an intermediate 32-bit result. Shift the result left by the amount specified in the corresponding element of c, and store the upper 16-bits in dst.
- Concatenate packed 32-bit integers in a and b producing an intermediate 64-bit result. Shift the result left by the amount specified in the corresponding element of c, and store the upper 32-bits in dst.
- Concatenate packed 64-bit integers in a and b producing an intermediate 128-bit result. Shift the result left by the amount specified in the corresponding element of c, and store the upper 64-bits in dst.
- Concatenate packed 16-bit integers in b and a producing an intermediate 32-bit result. Shift the result right by imm8 bits, and store the lower 16-bits in dst.
- Concatenate packed 32-bit integers in b and a producing an intermediate 64-bit result. Shift the result right by imm8 bits, and store the lower 32-bits in dst.
- Concatenate packed 64-bit integers in b and a producing an intermediate 128-bit result. Shift the result right by imm8 bits, and store the lower 64-bits in dst.
- Concatenate packed 16-bit integers in b and a producing an intermediate 32-bit result. Shift the result right by the amount specified in the corresponding element of c, and store the lower 16-bits in dst.
- Concatenate packed 32-bit integers in b and a producing an intermediate 64-bit result. Shift the result right by the amount specified in the corresponding element of c, and store the lower 32-bits in dst.
- Concatenate packed 64-bit integers in b and a producing an intermediate 128-bit result. Shift the result right by the amount specified in the corresponding element of c, and store the lower 64-bits in dst.
- Shuffle 128-bits (composed of 4 single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements) selected by imm8 from a and b, and store the results in dst.
- Shuffle 128-bits (composed of 2 double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements) selected by imm8 from a and b, and store the results in dst.
- Shuffle 128-bits (composed of 4 32-bit integers) selected by imm8 from a and b, and store the results in dst.
- Shuffle 128-bits (composed of 2 64-bit integers) selected by imm8 from a and b, and store the results in dst.
- Shift packed 16-bit integers in a left by the amount specified by the corresponding element in count while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst.
- Shift packed 64-bit integers in a right by count while shifting in sign bits, and store the results in dst.
- Shift packed 64-bit integers in a right by imm8 while shifting in sign bits, and store the results in dst.
- Shift packed 16-bit integers in a right by the amount specified by the corresponding element in count while shifting in sign bits, and store the results in dst.
- Shift packed 64-bit integers in a right by the amount specified by the corresponding element in count while shifting in sign bits, and store the results in dst.
- Shift packed 16-bit integers in a right by the amount specified by the corresponding element in count while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst.
- Store 256-bits (composed of 8 packed 32-bit integers) from a into memory. mem_addr must be aligned on a 32-byte boundary or a general-protection exception may be generated.
- Store 256-bits (composed of 4 packed 64-bit integers) from a into memory. mem_addr must be aligned on a 32-byte boundary or a general-protection exception may be generated.
- Store 256-bits (composed of 32 packed 8-bit integers) from a into memory. mem_addr does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary.
- Store 256-bits (composed of 16 packed 16-bit integers) from a into memory. mem_addr does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary.
- Store 256-bits (composed of 8 packed 32-bit integers) from a into memory. mem_addr does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary.
- Store 256-bits (composed of 4 packed 64-bit integers) from a into memory. mem_addr does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary.
- Bitwise ternary logic that provides the capability to implement any three-operand binary function; the specific binary function is specified by value in imm8. For each bit in each packed 32-bit integer, the corresponding bit from a, b, and c are used to form a 3 bit index into imm8, and the value at that bit in imm8 is written to the corresponding bit in dst.
- Bitwise ternary logic that provides the capability to implement any three-operand binary function; the specific binary function is specified by value in imm8. For each bit in each packed 64-bit integer, the corresponding bit from a, b, and c are used to form a 3 bit index into imm8, and the value at that bit in imm8 is written to the corresponding bit in dst.
- Compute the bitwise AND of packed 8-bit integers in a and b, producing intermediate 8-bit values, and set the corresponding bit in result mask k if the intermediate value is non-zero.
- Compute the bitwise AND of packed 16-bit integers in a and b, producing intermediate 16-bit values, and set the corresponding bit in result mask k if the intermediate value is non-zero.
- Compute the bitwise AND of packed 32-bit integers in a and b, producing intermediate 32-bit values, and set the corresponding bit in result mask k if the intermediate value is non-zero.
- Compute the bitwise AND of packed 64-bit integers in a and b, producing intermediate 64-bit values, and set the corresponding bit in result mask k if the intermediate value is non-zero.
- Compute the bitwise NAND of packed 8-bit integers in a and b, producing intermediate 8-bit values, and set the corresponding bit in result mask k if the intermediate value is zero.
- Compute the bitwise NAND of packed 16-bit integers in a and b, producing intermediate 16-bit values, and set the corresponding bit in result mask k if the intermediate value is zero.
- Compute the bitwise NAND of packed 32-bit integers in a and b, producing intermediate 32-bit values, and set the corresponding bit in result mask k if the intermediate value is zero.
- Compute the bitwise NAND of packed 64-bit integers in a and b, producing intermediate 64-bit values, and set the corresponding bit in result mask k if the intermediate value is zero.
- Compute the bitwise XOR of packed 32-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst.
- Compute the bitwise XOR of packed 64-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst.
- Compute the absolute value of packed signed 8-bit integers in a, and store the unsigned results in dst.
- Compute the absolute value of packed signed 16-bit integers in a, and store the unsigned results in dst.
- Computes the absolute values of packed 32-bit integers in
`a`

. - Compute the absolute value of packed signed 64-bit integers in a, and store the unsigned results in dst.
- Finds the absolute value of each packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point element in v2, storing the results in dst.
- Finds the absolute value of each packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point element in v2, storing the results in dst.
- Add packed 8-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst.
- Add packed 16-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst.
- Add packed 32-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst.
- Add packed 64-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst.
- Add packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, and store the results in dst.
- Add packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, and store the results in dst.
- Add packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, and store the results in dst.
- Add packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, and store the results in dst.
- Add packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b using saturation, and store the results in dst.
- Add packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b using saturation, and store the results in dst.
- Add packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b using saturation, and store the results in dst.
- Add packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b using saturation, and store the results in dst.
- Performs one round of an AES decryption flow on each 128-bit word (state) in
`a`

using the corresponding 128-bit word (key) in`round_key`

. - Performs the last round of an AES decryption flow on each 128-bit word (state) in
`a`

using the corresponding 128-bit word (key) in`round_key`

. - Performs one round of an AES encryption flow on each 128-bit word (state) in
`a`

using the corresponding 128-bit word (key) in`round_key`

. - Performs the last round of an AES encryption flow on each 128-bit word (state) in
`a`

using the corresponding 128-bit word (key) in`round_key`

. - Concatenate pairs of 16-byte blocks in a and b into a 32-byte temporary result, shift the result right by imm8 bytes, and store the low 16 bytes in dst.
- Concatenate a and b into a 128-byte immediate result, shift the result right by imm8 32-bit elements, and store the low 64 bytes (16 elements) in dst.
- Concatenate a and b into a 128-byte immediate result, shift the result right by imm8 64-bit elements, and store the low 64 bytes (8 elements) in dst.
- Compute the bitwise AND of packed 32-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst.
- Compute the bitwise AND of 512 bits (composed of packed 64-bit integers) in a and b, and store the results in dst.
- Compute the bitwise AND of 512 bits (representing integer data) in a and b, and store the result in dst.
- Compute the bitwise NOT of packed 32-bit integers in a and then AND with b, and store the results in dst.
- Compute the bitwise NOT of 512 bits (composed of packed 64-bit integers) in a and then AND with b, and store the results in dst.
- Compute the bitwise NOT of 512 bits (representing integer data) in a and then AND with b, and store the result in dst.
- Average packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst.
- Average packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst.
- Considers the input
`b`

as packed 64-bit integers and`c`

as packed 8-bit integers. Then groups 8 8-bit values from`c`

as indices into the bits of the corresponding 64-bit integer. It then selects these bits and packs them into the output. - Broadcast the 4 packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from a to all elements of dst.
- Broadcast the 4 packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements from a to all elements of dst.
- Broadcast the 4 packed 32-bit integers from a to all elements of dst.
- Broadcast the 4 packed 64-bit integers from a to all elements of dst.
- Broadcast the low packed 8-bit integer from a to all elements of dst.
- Broadcast the low packed 32-bit integer from a to all elements of dst.
- Broadcast the low 8-bits from input mask k to all 64-bit elements of dst.
- Broadcast the low 16-bits from input mask k to all 32-bit elements of dst.
- Broadcast the low packed 64-bit integer from a to all elements of dst.
- Broadcast the low double-precision (64-bit) floating-point element from a to all elements of dst.
- Broadcast the low single-precision (32-bit) floating-point element from a to all elements of dst.
- Broadcast the low packed 16-bit integer from a to all elements of dst.
- Shift 128-bit lanes in a left by imm8 bytes while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst.
- Shift 128-bit lanes in a right by imm8 bytes while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst.
- Cast vector of type __m128d to type __m512d; the upper 384 bits of the result are undefined. This intrinsic is only used for compilation and does not generate any instructions, thus it has zero latency.
- Cast vector of type __m256d to type __m512d; the upper 256 bits of the result are undefined. This intrinsic is only used for compilation and does not generate any instructions, thus it has zero latency.
- Cast vector of type __m512d to type __m128d. This intrinsic is only used for compilation and does not generate any instructions, thus it has zero latency.
- Cast vector of type __m512d to type __m256d. This intrinsic is only used for compilation and does not generate any instructions, thus it has zero latency.
- Cast vector of type __m512d to type __m512. This intrinsic is only used for compilation and does not generate any instructions, thus it has zero latency.
- Cast vector of type __m512d to type __m512i. This intrinsic is only used for compilation and does not generate any instructions, thus it has zero latency.
- Cast vector of type __m128 to type __m512; the upper 384 bits of the result are undefined. This intrinsic is only used for compilation and does not generate any instructions, thus it has zero latency.
- Cast vector of type __m256 to type __m512; the upper 256 bits of the result are undefined. This intrinsic is only used for compilation and does not generate any instructions, thus it has zero latency.
- Cast vector of type __m512 to type __m128. This intrinsic is only used for compilation and does not generate any instructions, thus it has zero latency.
- Cast vector of type __m512 to type __m256. This intrinsic is only used for compilation and does not generate any instructions, thus it has zero latency.
- Cast vector of type __m512 to type __m512d. This intrinsic is only used for compilation and does not generate any instructions, thus it has zero latency.
- Cast vector of type __m512 to type __m512i. This intrinsic is only used for compilation and does not generate any instructions, thus it has zero latency.
- Cast vector of type __m128i to type __m512i; the upper 384 bits of the result are undefined. This intrinsic is only used for compilation and does not generate any instructions, thus it has zero latency.
- Cast vector of type __m256i to type __m512i; the upper 256 bits of the result are undefined. This intrinsic is only used for compilation and does not generate any instructions, thus it has zero latency.
- Cast vector of type __m512i to type __m512d. This intrinsic is only used for compilation and does not generate any instructions, thus it has zero latency.
- Cast vector of type __m512i to type __m512. This intrinsic is only used for compilation and does not generate any instructions, thus it has zero latency.
- Cast vector of type __m512i to type __m128i. This intrinsic is only used for compilation and does not generate any instructions, thus it has zero latency.
- Cast vector of type __m512i to type __m256i. This intrinsic is only used for compilation and does not generate any instructions, thus it has zero latency.
- Performs a carry-less multiplication of two 64-bit polynomials over the finite field GF(2) - in each of the 4 128-bit lanes.
- Compare packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 32-bit integers in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 64-bit integers in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by
`IMM8`

, and store the results in mask vector k. - Compare packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k.

Exceptions can be suppressed by passing _MM_FROUND_NO_EXC in the sae parameter. - Compare packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k.

Exceptions can be suppressed by passing _MM_FROUND_NO_EXC in the sae parameter. - Compare packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b for equality, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b for equality, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed 32-bit integers in a and b for equality, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed 64-bit integers in a and b for equality, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b for equality, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b for equality, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a and b for equality, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a and b for equality, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b for equality, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b for equality, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b for greater-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b for greater-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 32-bit integers in a and b for greater-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 64-bit integers in a and b for greater-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b for greater-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b for greater-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a and b for greater-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a and b for greater-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b for greater-than, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b for greater-than, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 32-bit integers in a and b for greater-than, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 64-bit integers in a and b for greater-than, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b for greater-than, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b for greater-than, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a and b for greater-than, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a and b for greater-than, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b for less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b for less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 32-bit integers in a and b for less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 64-bit integers in a and b for less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b for less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b for less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a and b for less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a and b for less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b for less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b for less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b for less-than, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b for less-than, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 32-bit integers in a and b for less-than, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 64-bit integers in a and b for less-than, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b for less-than, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b for less-than, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a and b for less-than, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a and b for less-than, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b for less-than, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b for less-than, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b for not-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b for not-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed 32-bit integers in a and b for not-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed signed 64-bit integers in a and b for not-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b for not-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b for not-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a and b for not-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a and b for not-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b for not-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b for not-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b for not-less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b for not-less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b for not-less-than, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b for not-less-than, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b to see if neither is NaN, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b to see if neither is NaN, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b to see if either is NaN, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Compare packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b to see if either is NaN, and store the results in mask vector k.
- Test each 32-bit element of a for equality with all other elements in a closer to the least significant bit. Each element’s comparison forms a zero extended bit vector in dst.
- Test each 64-bit element of a for equality with all other elements in a closer to the least significant bit. Each element’s comparison forms a zero extended bit vector in dst.
- Convert packed signed 32-bit integers in a to packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a to packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed unsigned 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed half-precision (16-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst.

Exceptions can be suppressed by passing _MM_FROUND_NO_EXC in the sae parameter. - Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed unsigned 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst.

Exceptions can be suppressed by passing _MM_FROUND_NO_EXC in the sae parameter. - Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed half-precision (16-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst.

Exceptions can be suppressed by passing _MM_FROUND_NO_EXC in the sae parameter. - Sign extend packed 8-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers, and store the results in dst.
- Sign extend packed 8-bit integers in a to packed 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst.
- Sign extend packed 8-bit integers in the low 8 bytes of a to packed 64-bit integers, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed 16-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst.
- Sign extend packed 16-bit integers in a to packed 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst.
- Sign extend packed 16-bit integers in a to packed 64-bit integers, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed 32-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed 32-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst.
- Sign extend packed 32-bit integers in a to packed 64-bit integers, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed signed 32-bit integers in a to packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed signed 32-bit integers in a to packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst.
- Performs element-by-element conversion of the lower half of packed 32-bit integer elements in v2 to packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements, storing the results in dst.
- Convert packed 64-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed 64-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed 64-bit integers in a to packed 32-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst.
- Zero extend packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers, and store the results in dst.
- Zero extend packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a to packed 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst.
- Zero extend packed unsigned 8-bit integers in the low 8 byte sof a to packed 64-bit integers, and store the results in dst.
- Zero extend packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a to packed 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst.
- Zero extend packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a to packed 64-bit integers, and store the results in dst.
- Zero extend packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a to packed 64-bit integers, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a to packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a to packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst.
- Performs element-by-element conversion of the lower half of packed 32-bit unsigned integer elements in v2 to packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements, storing the results in dst.
- Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in two 512-bit vectors a and b to packed BF16 (16-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in a

512-bit wide vector. Intel’s documentation - Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed BF16 (16-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst. Intel’s documentation
- Convert packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed unsigned 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst.
- Performs an element-by-element conversion of packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in v2 to single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements and stores them in dst. The elements are stored in the lower half of the results vector, while the remaining upper half locations are set to 0.
- Convert packed half-precision (16-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed unsigned 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed half-precision (16-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst.

Exceptions can be suppressed by passing _MM_FROUND_NO_EXC in the sae parameter. - Performs element-by-element conversion of the lower half of packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in v2 to packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements, storing the results in dst.
- Convert packed signed 16-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed signed 32-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed signed 32-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed signed 64-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed signed 64-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed signed 64-bit integers in a to packed 32-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the results in dst.
- Copy the lower 32-bit integer in a to dst.
- Convert packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed 32-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst.

Exceptions can be suppressed by passing _MM_FROUND_NO_EXC in the sae parameter. - Convert packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed unsigned 32-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst.

Exceptions can be suppressed by passing _MM_FROUND_NO_EXC in the sae parameter. - Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed 32-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst.

Exceptions can be suppressed by passing _MM_FROUND_NO_EXC in the sae parameter. - Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed unsigned 32-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst.

Exceptions can be suppressed by passing _MM_FROUND_NO_EXC in the sae parameter. - Convert packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed 32-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed unsigned 32-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed 32-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed unsigned 32-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a to packed unsigned 8-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a to packed unsigned 8-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a to packed unsigned 16-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a to packed unsigned 8-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a to packed unsigned 16-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the results in dst.
- Convert packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a to packed unsigned 32-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the results in dst.
- Compute the sum of absolute differences (SADs) of quadruplets of unsigned 8-bit integers in a compared to those in b, and store the 16-bit results in dst. Four SADs are performed on four 8-bit quadruplets for each 64-bit lane. The first two SADs use the lower 8-bit quadruplet of the lane from a, and the last two SADs use the uppper 8-bit quadruplet of the lane from a. Quadruplets from b are selected from within 128-bit lanes according to the control in imm8, and each SAD in each 64-bit lane uses the selected quadruplet at 8-bit offsets.
- Divide packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a by packed elements in b, and store the results in dst.
- Divide packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a by packed elements in b, and store the results in dst.
- Divide packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a by packed elements in b, =and store the results in dst.
- Divide packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a by packed elements in b, and store the results in dst.
- Compute dot-product of BF16 (16-bit) floating-point pairs in a and b, accumulating the intermediate single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements with elements in src, and store the results in dst.Compute dot-product of BF16 (16-bit) floating-point pairs in a and b, accumulating the intermediate single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements with elements in src, and store the results in dst. Intel’s documentation
- Multiply groups of 4 adjacent pairs of unsigned 8-bit integers in a with corresponding signed 8-bit integers in b, producing 4 intermediate signed 16-bit results. Sum these 4 results with the corresponding 32-bit integer in src, and store the packed 32-bit results in dst.
- Multiply groups of 4 adjacent pairs of unsigned 8-bit integers in a with corresponding signed 8-bit integers in b, producing 4 intermediate signed 16-bit results. Sum these 4 results with the corresponding 32-bit integer in src using signed saturation, and store the packed 32-bit results in dst.
- Multiply groups of 2 adjacent pairs of signed 16-bit integers in a with corresponding 16-bit integers in b, producing 2 intermediate signed 32-bit results. Sum these 2 results with the corresponding 32-bit integer in src, and store the packed 32-bit results in dst.
- Multiply groups of 2 adjacent pairs of signed 16-bit integers in a with corresponding 16-bit integers in b, producing 2 intermediate signed 32-bit results. Sum these 2 results with the corresponding 32-bit integer in src using signed saturation, and store the packed 32-bit results in dst.
- Extract 128 bits (composed of 4 packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements) from a, selected with imm8, and store the result in dst.
- Extract 256 bits (composed of 4 packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements) from a, selected with imm8, and store the result in dst.
- Extract 128 bits (composed of 4 packed 32-bit integers) from a, selected with IMM2, and store the result in dst.
- Extract 256 bits (composed of 4 packed 64-bit integers) from a, selected with IMM1, and store the result in dst.
- Fix up packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b using packed 64-bit integers in c, and store the results in dst. imm8 is used to set the required flags reporting.
- Fix up packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b using packed 32-bit integers in c, and store the results in dst. imm8 is used to set the required flags reporting.
- Fix up packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b using packed 64-bit integers in c, and store the results in dst. imm8 is used to set the required flags reporting.
- Fix up packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b using packed 32-bit integers in c, and store the results in dst. imm8 is used to set the required flags reporting.
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, add the intermediate result to packed elements in c, and store the results in dst.
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, add the intermediate result to packed elements in c, and store the results in dst.
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, add the intermediate result to packed elements in c, and store the results in dst.
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, add the intermediate result to packed elements in c, and store the results in dst.
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, alternatively add and subtract packed elements in c to/from the intermediate result, and store the results in dst.
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, alternatively add and subtract packed elements in c to/from the intermediate result, and store the results in dst.
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, alternatively add and subtract packed elements in c to/from the intermediate result, and store the results in dst.
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, alternatively add and subtract packed elements in c to/from the intermediate result, and store the results in dst.
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, subtract packed elements in c from the intermediate result, and store the results in dst.
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, subtract packed elements in c from the intermediate result, and store the results in dst.
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, subtract packed elements in c from the intermediate result, and store the results in dst.
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, subtract packed elements in c from the intermediate result, and store the results in dst.
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, alternatively subtract and add packed elements in c from/to the intermediate result, and store the results in dst.
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, alternatively subtract and add packed elements in c from/to the intermediate result, and store the results in dst.
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, alternatively subtract and add packed elements in c from/to the intermediate result, and store the results in dst.
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, alternatively subtract and add packed elements in c from/to the intermediate result, and store the results in dst.
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, add the negated intermediate result to packed elements in c, and store the results in dst.
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, add the negated intermediate result to packed elements in c, and store the results in dst.
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, add the negated intermediate result to packed elements in c, and store the results in dst.
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, add the negated intermediate result to packed elements in c, and store the results in dst.
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, subtract packed elements in c from the negated intermediate result, and store the results in dst.
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, subtract packed elements in c from the negated intermediate result, and store the results in dst.
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, subtract packed elements in c from the negated intermediate result, and store the results in dst.
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, subtract packed elements in c from the negated intermediate result, and store the results in dst.
- Convert the exponent of each packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point element in a to a double-precision (64-bit) floating-point number representing the integer exponent, and store the results in dst. This intrinsic essentially calculates floor(log2(x)) for each element.
- Convert the exponent of each packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point element in a to a single-precision (32-bit) floating-point number representing the integer exponent, and store the results in dst. This intrinsic essentially calculates floor(log2(x)) for each element.
- Convert the exponent of each packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point element in a to a double-precision (64-bit) floating-point number representing the integer exponent, and store the results in dst. This intrinsic essentially calculates floor(log2(x)) for each element.

Exceptions can be suppressed by passing _MM_FROUND_NO_EXC in the sae parameter. - Convert the exponent of each packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point element in a to a single-precision (32-bit) floating-point number representing the integer exponent, and store the results in dst. This intrinsic essentially calculates floor(log2(x)) for each element.

Exceptions can be suppressed by passing _MM_FROUND_NO_EXC in the sae parameter. - Normalize the mantissas of packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst. This intrinsic essentially calculates ±(2^k)*|x.significand|, where k depends on the interval range defined by interv and the sign depends on sc and the source sign.

The mantissa is normalized to the interval specified by interv, which can take the following values:

_MM_MANT_NORM_1_2 // interval [1, 2)

_MM_MANT_NORM_p5_2 // interval [0.5, 2)

_MM_MANT_NORM_p5_1 // interval [0.5, 1)

_MM_MANT_NORM_p75_1p5 // interval [0.75, 1.5)

The sign is determined by sc which can take the following values:

_MM_MANT_SIGN_src // sign = sign(src)

_MM_MANT_SIGN_zero // sign = 0

_MM_MANT_SIGN_nan // dst = NaN if sign(src) = 1 - Normalize the mantissas of packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst. This intrinsic essentially calculates ±(2^k)*|x.significand|, where k depends on the interval range defined by interv and the sign depends on sc and the source sign. The mantissa is normalized to the interval specified by interv, which can take the following values: _MM_MANT_NORM_1_2 // interval [1, 2) _MM_MANT_NORM_p5_2 // interval [0.5, 2) _MM_MANT_NORM_p5_1 // interval [0.5, 1) _MM_MANT_NORM_p75_1p5 // interval [0.75, 1.5) The sign is determined by sc which can take the following values: _MM_MANT_SIGN_src // sign = sign(src) _MM_MANT_SIGN_zero // sign = 0 _MM_MANT_SIGN_nan // dst = NaN if sign(src) = 1
- Normalize the mantissas of packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst. This intrinsic essentially calculates ±(2^k)*|x.significand|, where k depends on the interval range defined by interv and the sign depends on sc and the source sign.

The mantissa is normalized to the interval specified by interv, which can take the following values:

_MM_MANT_NORM_1_2 // interval [1, 2)

_MM_MANT_NORM_p5_2 // interval [0.5, 2)

_MM_MANT_NORM_p5_1 // interval [0.5, 1)

_MM_MANT_NORM_p75_1p5 // interval [0.75, 1.5)

The sign is determined by sc which can take the following values:

_MM_MANT_SIGN_src // sign = sign(src)

_MM_MANT_SIGN_zero // sign = 0

_MM_MANT_SIGN_nan // dst = NaN if sign(src) = 1

Exceptions can be suppressed by passing _MM_FROUND_NO_EXC in the sae parameter. - Normalize the mantissas of packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst. This intrinsic essentially calculates ±(2^k)*|x.significand|, where k depends on the interval range defined by interv and the sign depends on sc and the source sign.

The mantissa is normalized to the interval specified by interv, which can take the following values:

_MM_MANT_NORM_1_2 // interval [1, 2)

_MM_MANT_NORM_p5_2 // interval [0.5, 2)

_MM_MANT_NORM_p5_1 // interval [0.5, 1)

_MM_MANT_NORM_p75_1p5 // interval [0.75, 1.5)

The sign is determined by sc which can take the following values:

_MM_MANT_SIGN_src // sign = sign(src)

_MM_MANT_SIGN_zero // sign = 0

_MM_MANT_SIGN_nan // dst = NaN if sign(src) = 1

Exceptions can be suppressed by passing _MM_FROUND_NO_EXC in the sae parameter. - Gather 32-bit integers from memory using 32-bit indices. 32-bit elements are loaded from addresses starting at base_addr and offset by each 32-bit element in vindex (each index is scaled by the factor in scale). Gathered elements are merged into dst. scale should be 1, 2, 4 or 8.
- Gather 64-bit integers from memory using 32-bit indices. 64-bit elements are loaded from addresses starting at base_addr and offset by each 32-bit element in vindex (each index is scaled by the factor in scale). Gathered elements are merged into dst. scale should be 1, 2, 4 or 8.
- Gather double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements from memory using 32-bit indices. 64-bit elements are loaded from addresses starting at base_addr and offset by each 32-bit element in vindex (each index is scaled by the factor in scale). Gathered elements are merged into dst. scale should be 1, 2, 4 or 8.
- Gather single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from memory using 32-bit indices. 32-bit elements are loaded from addresses starting at base_addr and offset by each 32-bit element in vindex (each index is scaled by the factor in scale). Gathered elements are merged into dst. scale should be 1, 2, 4 or 8.
- Scatter 32-bit integers from a into memory using 32-bit indices. 32-bit elements are stored at addresses starting at base_addr and offset by each 32-bit element in vindex (each index is scaled by the factor in scale). scale should be 1, 2, 4 or 8.
- Scatter 64-bit integers from a into memory using 32-bit indices. 64-bit elements are stored at addresses starting at base_addr and offset by each 32-bit element in vindex (each index is scaled by the factor in scale). scale should be 1, 2, 4 or 8.
- Scatter double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements from a into memory using 32-bit indices. 64-bit elements are stored at addresses starting at base_addr and offset by each 32-bit element in vindex (each index is scaled by the factor in scale). scale should be 1, 2, 4 or 8.
- Scatter single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from a into memory using 32-bit indices. 32-bit elements are stored at addresses starting at base_addr and offset by each 32-bit element in vindex (each index is scaled by the factor in scale). scale should be 1, 2, 4 or 8.
- Gather 32-bit integers from memory using 64-bit indices. 32-bit elements are loaded from addresses starting at base_addr and offset by each 64-bit element in vindex (each index is scaled by the factor in scale). Gathered elements are merged into dst. scale should be 1, 2, 4 or 8.
- Gather 64-bit integers from memory using 64-bit indices. 64-bit elements are loaded from addresses starting at base_addr and offset by each 64-bit element in vindex (each index is scaled by the factor in scale). Gathered elements are merged into dst. scale should be 1, 2, 4 or 8.
- Gather double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements from memory using 64-bit indices. 64-bit elements are loaded from addresses starting at base_addr and offset by each 64-bit element in vindex (each index is scaled by the factor in scale). Gathered elements are merged into dst. scale should be 1, 2, 4 or 8.
- Gather single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from memory using 64-bit indices. 32-bit elements are loaded from addresses starting at base_addr and offset by each 64-bit element in vindex (each index is scaled by the factor in scale). Gathered elements are merged into dst. scale should be 1, 2, 4 or 8.
- Scatter 32-bit integers from a into memory using 64-bit indices. 32-bit elements are stored at addresses starting at base_addr and offset by each 64-bit element in vindex (each index is scaled by the factor in scale). scale should be 1, 2, 4 or 8.
- Scatter 64-bit integers from a into memory using 64-bit indices. 64-bit elements are stored at addresses starting at base_addr and offset by each 64-bit element in vindex (each index is scaled by the factor in scale). scale should be 1, 2, 4 or 8.
- Scatter double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements from a into memory using 64-bit indices. 64-bit elements are stored at addresses starting at base_addr and offset by each 64-bit element in vindex (each index is scaled by the factor in scale). scale should be 1, 2, 4 or 8.
- Scatter single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from a into memory using 64-bit indices. 32-bit elements are stored at addresses starting at base_addr and offset by each 64-bit element in vindex (each index is scaled by the factor in scale) subject to mask k (elements are not stored when the corresponding mask bit is not set). scale should be 1, 2, 4 or 8.
- Copy a to dst, then insert 128 bits (composed of 4 packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements) from b into dst at the location specified by imm8.
- Copy a to dst, then insert 256 bits (composed of 4 packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements) from b into dst at the location specified by imm8.
- Copy a to dst, then insert 128 bits (composed of 4 packed 32-bit integers) from b into dst at the location specified by imm8.
- Copy a to dst, then insert 256 bits (composed of 4 packed 64-bit integers) from b into dst at the location specified by imm8.
- Converts integer mask into bitmask, storing the result in dst.
- Compute the bitwise AND of 16-bit masks a and b, and store the result in k.
- Compute the bitwise NOT of 16-bit masks a and then AND with b, and store the result in k.
- Copy 16-bit mask a to k.
- Compute the bitwise NOT of 16-bit mask a, and store the result in k.
- Compute the bitwise OR of 16-bit masks a and b, and store the result in k.
- Performs bitwise OR between k1 and k2, storing the result in dst. CF flag is set if dst consists of all 1’s.
- Unpack and interleave 8 bits from masks a and b, and store the 16-bit result in k.
- Compute the bitwise XNOR of 16-bit masks a and b, and store the result in k.
- Compute the bitwise XOR of 16-bit masks a and b, and store the result in k.
- Load 512-bits (composed of 16 packed 32-bit integers) from memory into dst. mem_addr must be aligned on a 64-byte boundary or a general-protection exception may be generated.
- Load 512-bits (composed of 8 packed 64-bit integers) from memory into dst. mem_addr must be aligned on a 64-byte boundary or a general-protection exception may be generated.
- Load 512-bits (composed of 8 packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements) from memory into dst. mem_addr must be aligned on a 64-byte boundary or a general-protection exception may be generated.
- Load 512-bits (composed of 16 packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements) from memory into dst. mem_addr must be aligned on a 64-byte boundary or a general-protection exception may be generated.
- Load 512-bits of integer data from memory into dst. mem_addr must be aligned on a 64-byte boundary or a general-protection exception may be generated.
- Load 512-bits (composed of 64 packed 8-bit integers) from memory into dst. mem_addr does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary.
- Load 512-bits (composed of 32 packed 16-bit integers) from memory into dst. mem_addr does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary.
- Load 512-bits (composed of 16 packed 32-bit integers) from memory into dst. mem_addr does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary.
- Load 512-bits (composed of 8 packed 64-bit integers) from memory into dst. mem_addr does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary.
- Loads 512-bits (composed of 8 packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements) from memory into result.
`mem_addr`

does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary. - Loads 512-bits (composed of 16 packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements) from memory into result.
`mem_addr`

does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary. - Load 512-bits of integer data from memory into dst. mem_addr does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary.
- Counts the number of leading zero bits in each packed 32-bit integer in a, and store the results in dst.
- Counts the number of leading zero bits in each packed 64-bit integer in a, and store the results in dst.
- Multiply packed unsigned 52-bit integers in each 64-bit element of
`b`

and`c`

to form a 104-bit intermediate result. Add the high 52-bit unsigned integer from the intermediate result with the corresponding unsigned 64-bit integer in`a`

, and store the results in`dst`

. - Multiply packed unsigned 52-bit integers in each 64-bit element of
`b`

and`c`

to form a 104-bit intermediate result. Add the low 52-bit unsigned integer from the intermediate result with the corresponding unsigned 64-bit integer in`a`

, and store the results in`dst`

. - Multiply packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b, producing intermediate signed 32-bit integers. Horizontally add adjacent pairs of intermediate 32-bit integers, and pack the results in dst.
- Vertically multiply each unsigned 8-bit integer from a with the corresponding signed 8-bit integer from b, producing intermediate signed 16-bit integers. Horizontally add adjacent pairs of intermediate signed 16-bit integers, and pack the saturated results in dst.
- Shuffle 8-bit integers in a and b across lanes using the corresponding selector and index in idx, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 16-bit integers in a and b across lanes using the corresponding selector and index in idx, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from idx when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 32-bit integers in a and b across lanes using the corresponding selector and index in idx, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from idx when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 64-bit integers in a and b across lanes using the corresponding selector and index in idx, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from idx when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b across lanes using the corresponding selector and index in idx, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from idx when the corresponding mask bit is not set)
- Shuffle single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b across lanes using the corresponding selector and index in idx, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from idx when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Converts bit mask k1 into an integer value, storing the results in dst.
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, add the intermediate result to packed elements in c, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from c when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, add the intermediate result to packed elements in c, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from c when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, add the intermediate result to packed elements in c, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from c when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, add the intermediate result to packed elements in c, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from c when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, alternatively add and subtract packed elements in c to/from the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from c when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, subtract packed elements in c from the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from c when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, subtract packed elements in c from the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from c when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, subtract packed elements in c from the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from c when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, subtract packed elements in c from the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from c when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, alternatively subtract and add packed elements in c from/to the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from c when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, alternatively subtract and add packed elements in c from/to the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from c when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, alternatively subtract and add packed elements in c from/to the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from c when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, alternatively subtract and add packed elements in c from/to the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from c when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, add the negated intermediate result to packed elements in c, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from c when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, add the negated intermediate result to packed elements in c, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from c when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, add the negated intermediate result to packed elements in c, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from c when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, add the negated intermediate result to packed elements in c, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from c when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, subtract packed elements in c from the negated intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from c when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, subtract packed elements in c from the negated intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from c when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, subtract packed elements in c from the negated intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from c when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, subtract packed elements in c from the negated intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from c when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the absolute value of packed signed 8-bit integers in a, and store the unsigned results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the absolute value of packed signed 16-bit integers in a, and store the unsigned results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Computes the absolute value of packed 32-bit integers in
`a`

, and store the unsigned results in`dst`

using writemask`k`

(elements are copied from`src`

when the corresponding mask bit is not set). - Compute the absolute value of packed signed 64-bit integers in a, and store the unsigned results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Finds the absolute value of each packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point element in v2, storing the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Finds the absolute value of each packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point element in v2, storing the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Add packed 8-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Add packed 16-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Add packed 32-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Add packed 64-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Add packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Add packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Add packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Add packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Add packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b using saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Add packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b using saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Add packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b using saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Add packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b using saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate pairs of 16-byte blocks in a and b into a 32-byte temporary result, shift the result right by imm8 bytes, and store the low 16 bytes in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate a and b into a 128-byte immediate result, shift the result right by imm8 32-bit elements, and store the low 64 bytes (16 elements) in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate a and b into a 128-byte immediate result, shift the result right by imm8 64-bit elements, and store the low 64 bytes (8 elements) in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Performs element-by-element bitwise AND between packed 32-bit integer elements of a and b, storing the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the bitwise AND of packed 64-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the bitwise NOT of packed 32-bit integers in a and then AND with b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the bitwise NOT of packed 64-bit integers in a and then AND with b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Average packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Average packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
`b`

as packed 64-bit integers and`c`

as packed 8-bit integers. Then groups 8 8-bit values from`c`

as indices into the bits of the corresponding 64-bit integer. It then selects these bits and packs them into the output.- Blend packed 8-bit integers from a and b using control mask k, and store the results in dst.
- Blend packed 16-bit integers from a and b using control mask k, and store the results in dst.
- Blend packed 32-bit integers from a and b using control mask k, and store the results in dst.
- Blend packed 64-bit integers from a and b using control mask k, and store the results in dst.
- Blend packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements from a and b using control mask k, and store the results in dst.
- Blend packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from a and b using control mask k, and store the results in dst.
- Broadcast the 4 packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from a to all elements of dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Broadcast the 4 packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements from a to all elements of dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Broadcast the 4 packed 32-bit integers from a to all elements of dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Broadcast the 4 packed 64-bit integers from a to all elements of dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Broadcast the low packed 8-bit integer from a to all elements of dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Broadcast the low packed 32-bit integer from a to all elements of dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Broadcast the low packed 64-bit integer from a to all elements of dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Broadcast the low double-precision (64-bit) floating-point element from a to all elements of dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Broadcast the low single-precision (32-bit) floating-point element from a to all elements of dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Broadcast the low packed 16-bit integer from a to all elements of dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 32-bit integers in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 64-bit integers in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).

Exceptions can be suppressed by passing _MM_FROUND_NO_EXC in the sae parameter. - Compare packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b based on the comparison operand specified by imm8, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).

Exceptions can be suppressed by passing _MM_FROUND_NO_EXC in the sae parameter. - Compare packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b for equality, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b for equality, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed 32-bit integers in a and b for equality, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed 64-bit integers in a and b for equality, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b for equality, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b for equality, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a and b for equality, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a and b for equality, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b for equality, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b for equality, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b for greater-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b for greater-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 32-bit integers in a and b for greater-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 64-bit integers in a and b for greater-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b for greater-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b for greater-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a and b for greater-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a and b for greater-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b for greater-than, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b for greater-than, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 32-bit integers in a and b for greater-than, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 64-bit integers in a and b for greater-than, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b for greater-than, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b for greater-than, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a and b for greater-than, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a and b for greater-than, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b for less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b for less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 32-bit integers in a and b for less-than, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 64-bit integers in a and b for less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b for less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b for less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a and b for less-than, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a and b for less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b for less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b for less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b for less-than, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b for less-than, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 32-bit integers in a and b for less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 64-bit integers in a and b for less-than, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b for less-than, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b for less-than, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a and b for less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a and b for less-than, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b for less-than, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b for less-than, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b for not-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b for not-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed 32-bit integers in a and b for not-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 64-bit integers in a and b for not-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b for not-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b for not-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a and b for not-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a and b for not-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b for not-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b for not-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b for not-less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b for not-less-than-or-equal, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b for not-less-than, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b for not-less-than, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b to see if neither is NaN, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b to see if neither is NaN, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b to see if either is NaN, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b to see if either is NaN, and store the results in mask vector k using zeromask k1 (elements are zeroed out when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Contiguously store the active 8-bit integers in a (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to dst, and pass through the remaining elements from src.
- Contiguously store the active 16-bit integers in a (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to dst, and pass through the remaining elements from src.
- Contiguously store the active 32-bit integers in a (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to dst, and pass through the remaining elements from src.
- Contiguously store the active 64-bit integers in a (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to dst, and pass through the remaining elements from src.
- Contiguously store the active double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to dst, and pass through the remaining elements from src.
- Contiguously store the active single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to dst, and pass through the remaining elements from src.
- Contiguously store the active 8-bit integers in a (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Contiguously store the active 16-bit integers in a (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Contiguously store the active 32-bit integers in a (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Contiguously store the active 64-bit integers in a (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Contiguously store the active double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Contiguously store the active single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Test each 32-bit element of a for equality with all other elements in a closer to the least significant bit using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). Each element’s comparison forms a zero extended bit vector in dst.
- Test each 64-bit element of a for equality with all other elements in a closer to the least significant bit using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). Each element’s comparison forms a zero extended bit vector in dst.
- Convert packed signed 32-bit integers in a to packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a to packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed unsigned 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed half-precision (16-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).

Exceptions can be suppressed by passing _MM_FROUND_NO_EXC in the sae parameter. - Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed unsigned 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).

Exceptions can be suppressed by passing _MM_FROUND_NO_EXC in the sae parameter. - Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed half-precision (16-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).

Exceptions can be suppressed by passing _MM_FROUND_NO_EXC in the sae parameter. - Sign extend packed 8-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Sign extend packed 8-bit integers in a to packed 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Sign extend packed 8-bit integers in the low 8 bytes of a to packed 64-bit integers, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed 16-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Sign extend packed 16-bit integers in a to packed 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Sign extend packed 16-bit integers in a to packed 64-bit integers, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed 16-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with truncation, and store the active results (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Convert packed 32-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed 32-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Sign extend packed 32-bit integers in a to packed 64-bit integers, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed signed 32-bit integers in a to packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed signed 32-bit integers in a to packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed 32-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with truncation, and store the active results (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Convert packed 32-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers with truncation, and store the active results (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Performs element-by-element conversion of the lower half of packed 32-bit integer elements in v2 to packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements, storing the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed 64-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed 64-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed 64-bit integers in a to packed 32-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed 64-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with truncation, and store the active results (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Convert packed 64-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers with truncation, and store the active results (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Convert packed 64-bit integers in a to packed 32-bit integers with truncation, and store the active results (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Zero extend packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Zero extend packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a to packed 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Zero extend packed unsigned 8-bit integers in the low 8 bytes of a to packed 64-bit integers, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Zero extend packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a to packed 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Zero extend packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a to packed 64-bit integers, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Zero extend packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a to packed 64-bit integers, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a to packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a to packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Performs element-by-element conversion of the lower half of 32-bit unsigned integer elements in v2 to packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements, storing the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in two vectors a and b to packed BF16 (16-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in single vector dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). Intel’s documentation
- Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed BF16 (16-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). Intel’s documentation
- Convert packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed unsigned 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Performs an element-by-element conversion of packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in v2 to single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements and stores them in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). The elements are stored in the lower half of the results vector, while the remaining upper half locations are set to 0.
- Convert packed half-precision (16-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed unsigned 32-bit integers, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed half-precision (16-bit) floating-point elements, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).

Exceptions can be suppressed by passing _MM_FROUND_NO_EXC in the sae parameter. - Performs element-by-element conversion of the lower half of packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in v2 to packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements, storing the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed signed 16-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed signed 16-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the active results (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Convert packed signed 32-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed signed 32-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed signed 32-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the active results (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Convert packed signed 32-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the active results (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Convert packed signed 64-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed signed 64-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed signed 64-bit integers in a to packed 32-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed signed 64-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the active results (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Convert packed signed 64-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the active results (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Convert packed signed 64-bit integers in a to packed 32-bit integers with signed saturation, and store the active results (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Convert packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed 32-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).

Exceptions can be suppressed by passing _MM_FROUND_NO_EXC in the sae parameter. - Convert packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed unsigned 32-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).

Exceptions can be suppressed by passing _MM_FROUND_NO_EXC in the sae parameter. - Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed 32-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).

Exceptions can be suppressed by passing _MM_FROUND_NO_EXC in the sae parameter. - Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed unsigned 32-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).

Exceptions can be suppressed by passing _MM_FROUND_NO_EXC in the sae parameter. - Convert packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed 32-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed unsigned 32-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed 32-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed double-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to packed unsigned 32-bit integers with truncation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a to packed unsigned 8-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a to packed unsigned 8-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the active results (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Convert packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a to packed unsigned 8-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a to packed unsigned 16-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the active results (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Convert packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the active results (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Convert packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a to packed unsigned 8-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a to packed unsigned 16-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a to packed unsigned 32-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a to packed 8-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the active results (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Convert packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a to packed 16-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the active results (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Convert packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a to packed 32-bit integers with unsigned saturation, and store the active results (those with their respective bit set in writemask k) to unaligned memory at base_addr.
- Compute the sum of absolute differences (SADs) of quadruplets of unsigned 8-bit integers in a compared to those in b, and store the 16-bit results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). Four SADs are performed on four 8-bit quadruplets for each 64-bit lane. The first two SADs use the lower 8-bit quadruplet of the lane from a, and the last two SADs use the uppper 8-bit quadruplet of the lane from a. Quadruplets from b are selected from within 128-bit lanes according to the control in imm8, and each SAD in each 64-bit lane uses the selected quadruplet at 8-bit offsets.
- Divide packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a by packed elements in b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Divide packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a by packed elements in b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Divide packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a by packed elements in b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Divide packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a by packed elements in b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute dot-product of BF16 (16-bit) floating-point pairs in a and b, accumulating the intermediate single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements with elements in src, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). Intel’s documentation
- Multiply groups of 4 adjacent pairs of unsigned 8-bit integers in a with corresponding signed 8-bit integers in b, producing 4 intermediate signed 16-bit results. Sum these 4 results with the corresponding 32-bit integer in src, and store the packed 32-bit results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply groups of 4 adjacent pairs of unsigned 8-bit integers in a with corresponding signed 8-bit integers in b, producing 4 intermediate signed 16-bit results. Sum these 4 results with the corresponding 32-bit integer in src using signed saturation, and store the packed 32-bit results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply groups of 2 adjacent pairs of signed 16-bit integers in a with corresponding 16-bit integers in b, producing 2 intermediate signed 32-bit results. Sum these 2 results with the corresponding 32-bit integer in src, and store the packed 32-bit results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply groups of 2 adjacent pairs of signed 16-bit integers in a with corresponding 16-bit integers in b, producing 2 intermediate signed 32-bit results. Sum these 2 results with the corresponding 32-bit integer in src using signed saturation, and store the packed 32-bit results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load contiguous active 8-bit integers from a (those with their respective bit set in mask k), and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load contiguous active 16-bit integers from a (those with their respective bit set in mask k), and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load contiguous active 32-bit integers from a (those with their respective bit set in mask k), and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load contiguous active 64-bit integers from a (those with their respective bit set in mask k), and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load contiguous active double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements from a (those with their respective bit set in mask k), and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load contiguous active single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from a (those with their respective bit set in mask k), and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load contiguous active 8-bit integers from unaligned memory at mem_addr (those with their respective bit set in mask k), and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load contiguous active 16-bit integers from unaligned memory at mem_addr (those with their respective bit set in mask k), and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load contiguous active 32-bit integers from unaligned memory at mem_addr (those with their respective bit set in mask k), and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load contiguous active 64-bit integers from unaligned memory at mem_addr (those with their respective bit set in mask k), and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load contiguous active single-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements from unaligned memory at mem_addr (those with their respective bit set in mask k), and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load contiguous active single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from unaligned memory at mem_addr (those with their respective bit set in mask k), and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Extract 128 bits (composed of 4 packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements) from a, selected with imm8, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Extract 256 bits (composed of 4 packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements) from a, selected with imm8, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Extract 128 bits (composed of 4 packed 32-bit integers) from a, selected with IMM2, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Extract 256 bits (composed of 4 packed 64-bit integers) from a, selected with IMM1, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Fix up packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b using packed 64-bit integers in c, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set). imm8 is used to set the required flags reporting.
- Fix up packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b using packed 32-bit integers in c, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set). imm8 is used to set the required flags reporting.
- Fix up packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b using packed 64-bit integers in c, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set). imm8 is used to set the required flags reporting.
- Fix up packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b using packed 32-bit integers in c, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set). imm8 is used to set the required flags reporting.
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, add the intermediate result to packed elements in c, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, add the intermediate result to packed elements in c, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, add the intermediate result to packed elements in c, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, add the intermediate result to packed elements in c, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, alternatively add and subtract packed elements in c to/from the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, alternatively add and subtract packed elements in c to/from the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, alternatively add and subtract packed elements in c to/from the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, alternatively add and subtract packed elements in c to/from the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, subtract packed elements in c from the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, subtract packed elements in c from the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, subtract packed elements in c from the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, subtract packed elements in c from the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, alternatively subtract and add packed elements in c from/to the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, alternatively subtract and add packed elements in c from/to the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, alternatively subtract and add packed elements in c from/to the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, alternatively subtract and add packed elements in c from/to the intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, add the negated intermediate result to packed elements in c, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, add the negated intermediate result to packed elements in c, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, add the negated intermediate result to packed elements in c, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, add the negated intermediate result to packed elements in c, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, subtract packed elements in c from the negated intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, subtract packed elements in c from the negated intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, subtract packed elements in c from the negated intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, subtract packed elements in c from the negated intermediate result, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert the exponent of each packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point element in a to a double-precision (64-bit) floating-point number representing the integer exponent, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). This intrinsic essentially calculates floor(log2(x)) for each element.
- Convert the exponent of each packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point element in a to a single-precision (32-bit) floating-point number representing the integer exponent, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). This intrinsic essentially calculates floor(log2(x)) for each element.
- Convert the exponent of each packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point element in a to a double-precision (64-bit) floating-point number representing the integer exponent, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). This intrinsic essentially calculates floor(log2(x)) for each element.

Exceptions can be suppressed by passing _MM_FROUND_NO_EXC in the sae parameter. - Convert the exponent of each packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point element in a to a single-precision (32-bit) floating-point number representing the integer exponent, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). This intrinsic essentially calculates floor(log2(x)) for each element.

Exceptions can be suppressed by passing _MM_FROUND_NO_EXC in the sae parameter. - Normalize the mantissas of packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). This intrinsic essentially calculates ±(2^k)*|x.significand|, where k depends on the interval range defined by interv and the sign depends on sc and the source sign.

The mantissa is normalized to the interval specified by interv, which can take the following values:

_MM_MANT_NORM_1_2 // interval [1, 2)

_MM_MANT_NORM_p5_2 // interval [0.5, 2)

_MM_MANT_NORM_p5_1 // interval [0.5, 1)

_MM_MANT_NORM_p75_1p5 // interval [0.75, 1.5)

The sign is determined by sc which can take the following values:

_MM_MANT_SIGN_src // sign = sign(src)

_MM_MANT_SIGN_zero // sign = 0

_MM_MANT_SIGN_nan // dst = NaN if sign(src) = 1 - Normalize the mantissas of packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). This intrinsic essentially calculates ±(2^k)*|x.significand|, where k depends on the interval range defined by interv and the sign depends on sc and the source sign.

The mantissa is normalized to the interval specified by interv, which can take the following values:

_MM_MANT_NORM_1_2 // interval [1, 2)

_MM_MANT_NORM_p5_2 // interval [0.5, 2)

_MM_MANT_NORM_p5_1 // interval [0.5, 1)

_MM_MANT_NORM_p75_1p5 // interval [0.75, 1.5)

The sign is determined by sc which can take the following values:

_MM_MANT_SIGN_src // sign = sign(src)

_MM_MANT_SIGN_zero // sign = 0

_MM_MANT_SIGN_nan // dst = NaN if sign(src) = 1 - Normalize the mantissas of packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). This intrinsic essentially calculates ±(2^k)*|x.significand|, where k depends on the interval range defined by interv and the sign depends on sc and the source sign.

The mantissa is normalized to the interval specified by interv, which can take the following values:

_MM_MANT_NORM_1_2 // interval [1, 2)

_MM_MANT_NORM_p5_2 // interval [0.5, 2)

_MM_MANT_NORM_p5_1 // interval [0.5, 1)

_MM_MANT_NORM_p75_1p5 // interval [0.75, 1.5)

The sign is determined by sc which can take the following values:

_MM_MANT_SIGN_src // sign = sign(src)

_MM_MANT_SIGN_zero // sign = 0

_MM_MANT_SIGN_nan // dst = NaN if sign(src) = 1

Exceptions can be suppressed by passing _MM_FROUND_NO_EXC in the sae parameter. - Normalize the mantissas of packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). This intrinsic essentially calculates ±(2^k)*|x.significand|, where k depends on the interval range defined by interv and the sign depends on sc and the source sign.

The mantissa is normalized to the interval specified by interv, which can take the following values:

_MM_MANT_NORM_1_2 // interval [1, 2)

_MM_MANT_NORM_p5_2 // interval [0.5, 2)

_MM_MANT_NORM_p5_1 // interval [0.5, 1)

_MM_MANT_NORM_p75_1p5 // interval [0.75, 1.5)

The sign is determined by sc which can take the following values:

_MM_MANT_SIGN_src // sign = sign(src)

_MM_MANT_SIGN_zero // sign = 0

_MM_MANT_SIGN_nan // dst = NaN if sign(src) = 1

Exceptions can be suppressed by passing _MM_FROUND_NO_EXC in the sae parameter. - Gather 32-bit integers from memory using 32-bit indices. 32-bit elements are loaded from addresses starting at base_addr and offset by each 32-bit element in vindex (each index is scaled by the factor in scale). Gathered elements are merged into dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). scale should be 1, 2, 4 or 8.
- Gather 64-bit integers from memory using 32-bit indices. 64-bit elements are loaded from addresses starting at base_addr and offset by each 32-bit element in vindex (each index is scaled by the factor in scale). Gathered elements are merged into dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). scale should be 1, 2, 4 or 8.
- Gather double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements from memory using 32-bit indices. 64-bit elements are loaded from addresses starting at base_addr and offset by each 32-bit element in vindex (each index is scaled by the factor in scale). Gathered elements are merged into dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). scale should be 1, 2, 4 or 8.
- Gather single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from memory using 32-bit indices. 32-bit elements are loaded from addresses starting at base_addr and offset by each 32-bit element in vindex (each index is scaled by the factor in scale). Gathered elements are merged into dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). scale should be 1, 2, 4 or 8.
- Scatter 32-bit integers from a into memory using 32-bit indices. 32-bit elements are stored at addresses starting at base_addr and offset by each 32-bit element in vindex (each index is scaled by the factor in scale) subject to mask k (elements are not stored when the corresponding mask bit is not set). scale should be 1, 2, 4 or 8.
- Scatter 64-bit integers from a into memory using 32-bit indices. 64-bit elements are stored at addresses starting at base_addr and offset by each 32-bit element in vindex (each index is scaled by the factor in scale) subject to mask k (elements are not stored when the corresponding mask bit is not set). scale should be 1, 2, 4 or 8.
- Scatter double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements from a into memory using 32-bit indices. 64-bit elements are stored at addresses starting at base_addr and offset by each 32-bit element in vindex (each index is scaled by the factor in scale) subject to mask k (elements are not stored when the corresponding mask bit is not set). scale should be 1, 2, 4 or 8.
- Scatter single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from a into memory using 32-bit indices. 32-bit elements are stored at addresses starting at base_addr and offset by each 32-bit element in vindex (each index is scaled by the factor in scale) subject to mask k (elements are not stored when the corresponding mask bit is not set). scale should be 1, 2, 4 or 8.
- Gather 32-bit integers from memory using 64-bit indices. 32-bit elements are loaded from addresses starting at base_addr and offset by each 64-bit element in vindex (each index is scaled by the factor in scale). Gathered elements are merged into dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). scale should be 1, 2, 4 or 8.
- Gather 64-bit integers from memory using 64-bit indices. 64-bit elements are loaded from addresses starting at base_addr and offset by each 64-bit element in vindex (each index is scaled by the factor in scale). Gathered elements are merged into dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). scale should be 1, 2, 4 or 8.
- Gather double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements from memory using 64-bit indices. 64-bit elements are loaded from addresses starting at base_addr and offset by each 64-bit element in vindex (each index is scaled by the factor in scale). Gathered elements are merged into dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). scale should be 1, 2, 4 or 8.
- Gather single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from memory using 64-bit indices. 32-bit elements are loaded from addresses starting at base_addr and offset by each 64-bit element in vindex (each index is scaled by the factor in scale). Gathered elements are merged into dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). scale should be 1, 2, 4 or 8.
- Scatter 32-bit integers from a into memory using 64-bit indices. 32-bit elements are stored at addresses starting at base_addr and offset by each 64-bit element in vindex (each index is scaled by the factor in scale) subject to mask k (elements are not stored when the corresponding mask bit is not set). scale should be 1, 2, 4 or 8.
- Scatter 64-bit integers from a into memory using 64-bit indices. 64-bit elements are stored at addresses starting at base_addr and offset by each 64-bit element in vindex (each index is scaled by the factor in scale) subject to mask k (elements are not stored when the corresponding mask bit is not set). scale should be 1, 2, 4 or 8.
- Scatter double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements from a into memory using 64-bit indices. 64-bit elements are stored at addresses starting at base_addr and offset by each 64-bit element in vindex (each index is scaled by the factor in scale) subject to mask k (elements are not stored when the corresponding mask bit is not set). scale should be 1, 2, 4 or 8.
- Scatter single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from a into memory using 64-bit indices. 32-bit elements are stored at addresses starting at base_addr and offset by each 64-bit element in vindex (each index is scaled by the factor in scale) subject to mask k (elements are not stored when the corresponding mask bit is not set). scale should be 1, 2, 4 or 8.
- Copy a to tmp, then insert 128 bits (composed of 4 packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements) from b into tmp at the location specified by imm8. Store tmp to dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Copy a to tmp, then insert 256 bits (composed of 4 packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements) from b into tmp at the location specified by imm8. Store tmp to dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Copy a to tmp, then insert 128 bits (composed of 4 packed 32-bit integers) from b into tmp at the location specified by imm8. Store tmp to dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Copy a to tmp, then insert 256 bits (composed of 4 packed 64-bit integers) from b into tmp at the location specified by imm8. Store tmp to dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Load packed 32-bit integers from memory into dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). mem_addr must be aligned on a 64-byte boundary or a general-protection exception may be generated.
- Load packed 64-bit integers from memory into dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). mem_addr must be aligned on a 64-byte boundary or a general-protection exception may be generated.
- Load packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements from memory into dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). mem_addr must be aligned on a 64-byte boundary or a general-protection exception may be generated.
- Load packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from memory into dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). mem_addr must be aligned on a 64-byte boundary or a general-protection exception may be generated.
- Load packed 8-bit integers from memory into dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). mem_addr does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary.
- Load packed 16-bit integers from memory into dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). mem_addr does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary.
- Load packed 32-bit integers from memory into dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). mem_addr does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary.
- Load packed 64-bit integers from memory into dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). mem_addr does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary.
- Load packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements from memory into dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). mem_addr does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary.
- Load packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from memory into dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). mem_addr does not need to be aligned on any particular boundary.
- Counts the number of leading zero bits in each packed 32-bit integer in a, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Counts the number of leading zero bits in each packed 64-bit integer in a, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b, producing intermediate signed 32-bit integers. Horizontally add adjacent pairs of intermediate 32-bit integers, and pack the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a by packed signed 8-bit integers in b, producing intermediate signed 16-bit integers. Horizontally add adjacent pairs of intermediate signed 16-bit integers, and pack the saturated results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b, and store packed maximum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b, and store packed maximum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 32-bit integers in a and b, and store packed maximum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 64-bit integers in a and b, and store packed maximum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b, and store packed maximum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b, and store packed maximum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a and b, and store packed maximum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a and b, and store packed maximum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, and store packed maximum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, and store packed maximum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, and store packed maximum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).

Exceptions can be suppressed by passing _MM_FROUND_NO_EXC in the sae parameter. - Compare packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, and store packed maximum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).

Exceptions can be suppressed by passing _MM_FROUND_NO_EXC in the sae parameter. - Compare packed signed 8-bit integers in a and b, and store packed minimum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b, and store packed minimum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 32-bit integers in a and b, and store packed minimum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed signed 64-bit integers in a and b, and store packed minimum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 8-bit integers in a and b, and store packed minimum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b, and store packed minimum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a and b, and store packed minimum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a and b, and store packed minimum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, and store packed minimum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, and store packed minimum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compare packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, and store packed minimum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).

Exceptions can be suppressed by passing _MM_FROUND_NO_EXC in the sae parameter. - Compare packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, and store packed minimum values in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).

Exceptions can be suppressed by passing _MM_FROUND_NO_EXC in the sae parameter. - Move packed 8-bit integers from a into dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Move packed 16-bit integers from a into dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Move packed 32-bit integers from a to dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Move packed 64-bit integers from a to dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Move packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements from a to dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Move packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from a to dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Duplicate even-indexed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements from a, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Duplicate odd-indexed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from a, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Duplicate even-indexed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements from a, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply the low signed 32-bit integers from each packed 64-bit element in a and b, and store the signed 64-bit results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply the low unsigned 32-bit integers from each packed 64-bit element in a and b, and store the unsigned 64-bit results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply the packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b, producing intermediate 32-bit integers, and store the high 16 bits of the intermediate integers in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply the packed unsigned 16-bit integers in a and b, producing intermediate 32-bit integers, and store the high 16 bits of the intermediate integers in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply packed signed 16-bit integers in a and b, producing intermediate signed 32-bit integers. Truncate each intermediate integer to the 18 most significant bits, round by adding 1, and store bits [16:1] to dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply the packed 16-bit integers in a and b, producing intermediate 32-bit integers, and store the low 16 bits of the intermediate integers in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiply the packed 32-bit integers in a and b, producing intermediate 64-bit integers, and store the low 32 bits of the intermediate integers in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Multiplies elements in packed 64-bit integer vectors a and b together, storing the lower 64 bits of the result in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- For each 64-bit element in b, select 8 unaligned bytes using a byte-granular shift control within the corresponding 64-bit element of a, and store the 8 assembled bytes to the corresponding 64-bit element of dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the bitwise OR of packed 32-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the bitwise OR of packed 64-bit integers in a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed signed 16-bit integers from a and b to packed 8-bit integers using signed saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed signed 32-bit integers from a and b to packed 16-bit integers using signed saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed signed 16-bit integers from a and b to packed 8-bit integers using unsigned saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Convert packed signed 32-bit integers from a and b to packed 16-bit integers using unsigned saturation, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a within 128-bit lanes using the control in imm8, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a within 128-bit lanes using the control in imm8, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 32-bit integers in a across lanes using the corresponding index in idx, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). Note that this intrinsic shuffles across 128-bit lanes, unlike past intrinsics that use the permutevar name. This intrinsic is identical to _mm512_mask_permutexvar_epi32, and it is recommended that you use that intrinsic name.
- Shuffle double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a within 128-bit lanes using the control in b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a within 128-bit lanes using the control in b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 16-bit integers in a and b across lanes using the corresponding selector and index in idx, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 32-bit integers in a and b across lanes using the corresponding selector and index in idx, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 64-bit integers in a and b across lanes using the corresponding selector and index in idx, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a and b across lanes using the corresponding selector and index in idx, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a and b across lanes using the corresponding selector and index in idx, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 64-bit integers in a within 256-bit lanes using the control in imm8, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a within 256-bit lanes using the control in imm8, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 8-bit integers in a across lanes using the corresponding index in idx, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 16-bit integers in a across lanes using the corresponding index in idx, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 32-bit integers in a across lanes using the corresponding index in idx, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 64-bit integers in a across lanes using the corresponding index in idx, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a across lanes using the corresponding index in idx, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a across lanes using the corresponding index in idx, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- For each packed 8-bit integer maps the value to the number of logical 1 bits.
- For each packed 16-bit integer maps the value to the number of logical 1 bits.
- For each packed 32-bit integer maps the value to the number of logical 1 bits.
- For each packed 64-bit integer maps the value to the number of logical 1 bits.
- Compute the approximate reciprocal of packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). The maximum relative error for this approximation is less than 2^-14.
- Compute the approximate reciprocal of packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). The maximum relative error for this approximation is less than 2^-14.
- Reduce the packed 32-bit integers in a by addition using mask k. Returns the sum of all active elements in a.
- Reduce the packed 64-bit integers in a by addition using mask k. Returns the sum of all active elements in a.
- Reduce the packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a by addition using mask k. Returns the sum of all active elements in a.
- Reduce the packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a by addition using mask k. Returns the sum of all active elements in a.
- Reduce the packed 32-bit integers in a by bitwise AND using mask k. Returns the bitwise AND of all active elements in a.
- Reduce the packed 64-bit integers in a by addition using mask k. Returns the sum of all active elements in a.
- Reduce the packed signed 32-bit integers in a by maximum using mask k. Returns the maximum of all active elements in a.
- Reduce the packed signed 64-bit integers in a by maximum using mask k. Returns the maximum of all active elements in a.
- Reduce the packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a by maximum using mask k. Returns the maximum of all active elements in a.
- Reduce the packed unsigned 64-bit integers in a by maximum using mask k. Returns the maximum of all active elements in a.
- Reduce the packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a by maximum using mask k. Returns the maximum of all active elements in a.
- Reduce the packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a by maximum using mask k. Returns the maximum of all active elements in a.
- Reduce the packed signed 32-bit integers in a by maximum using mask k. Returns the minimum of all active elements in a.
- Reduce the packed signed 64-bit integers in a by maximum using mask k. Returns the minimum of all active elements in a.
- Reduce the packed unsigned 32-bit integers in a by maximum using mask k. Returns the minimum of all active elements in a.
- Reduce the packed signed 64-bit integers in a by maximum using mask k. Returns the minimum of all active elements in a.
- Reduce the packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a by maximum using mask k. Returns the minimum of all active elements in a.
- Reduce the packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a by maximum using mask k. Returns the minimum of all active elements in a.
- Reduce the packed 32-bit integers in a by multiplication using mask k. Returns the product of all active elements in a.
- Reduce the packed 64-bit integers in a by multiplication using mask k. Returns the product of all active elements in a.
- Reduce the packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a by multiplication using mask k. Returns the product of all active elements in a.
- Reduce the packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a by multiplication using mask k. Returns the product of all active elements in a.
- Reduce the packed 32-bit integers in a by bitwise OR using mask k. Returns the bitwise OR of all active elements in a.
- Reduce the packed 64-bit integers in a by bitwise OR using mask k. Returns the bitwise OR of all active elements in a.
- Rotate the bits in each packed 32-bit integer in a to the left by the number of bits specified in imm8, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Rotate the bits in each packed 64-bit integer in a to the left by the number of bits specified in imm8, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Rotate the bits in each packed 32-bit integer in a to the left by the number of bits specified in the corresponding element of b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Rotate the bits in each packed 64-bit integer in a to the left by the number of bits specified in the corresponding element of b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Rotate the bits in each packed 32-bit integer in a to the right by the number of bits specified in imm8, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Rotate the bits in each packed 64-bit integer in a to the right by the number of bits specified in imm8, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Rotate the bits in each packed 32-bit integer in a to the right by the number of bits specified in the corresponding element of b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Rotate the bits in each packed 64-bit integer in a to the right by the number of bits specified in the corresponding element of b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Round packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a to the number of fraction bits specified by imm8, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).

Rounding is done according to the imm8[2:0] parameter, which can be one of:

_MM_FROUND_TO_NEAREST_INT // round to nearest

_MM_FROUND_TO_NEG_INF // round down

_MM_FROUND_TO_POS_INF // round up

_MM_FROUND_TO_ZERO // truncate

_MM_FROUND_CUR_DIRECTION // use MXCSR.RC; see _MM_SET_ROUNDING_MODE - Round packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to the number of fraction bits specified by imm8, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).

Rounding is done according to the imm8[2:0] parameter, which can be one of:

_MM_FROUND_TO_NEAREST_INT // round to nearest

_MM_FROUND_TO_NEG_INF // round down

_MM_FROUND_TO_POS_INF // round up

_MM_FROUND_TO_ZERO // truncate

_MM_FROUND_CUR_DIRECTION // use MXCSR.RC; see _MM_SET_ROUNDING_MODE - Round packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a to the number of fraction bits specified by imm8, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).

Rounding is done according to the imm8[2:0] parameter, which can be one of:

_MM_FROUND_TO_NEAREST_INT // round to nearest

_MM_FROUND_TO_NEG_INF // round down

_MM_FROUND_TO_POS_INF // round up

_MM_FROUND_TO_ZERO // truncate

_MM_FROUND_CUR_DIRECTION // use MXCSR.RC; see _MM_SET_ROUNDING_MODE - Round packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a to the number of fraction bits specified by imm8, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).

Rounding is done according to the imm8[2:0] parameter, which can be one of:

_MM_FROUND_TO_NEAREST_INT // round to nearest

_MM_FROUND_TO_NEG_INF // round down

_MM_FROUND_TO_POS_INF // round up

_MM_FROUND_TO_ZERO // truncate

_MM_FROUND_CUR_DIRECTION // use MXCSR.RC; see _MM_SET_ROUNDING_MODE - Compute the approximate reciprocal square root of packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). The maximum relative error for this approximation is less than 2^-14.
- Compute the approximate reciprocal square root of packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set). The maximum relative error for this approximation is less than 2^-14.
- Scale the packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a using values from b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Scale the packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a using values from b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Scale the packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a using values from b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Scale the packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a using values from b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Broadcast 8-bit integer a to all elements of dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Broadcast 16-bit integer a to all elements of dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Broadcast 32-bit integer a to all elements of dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Broadcast 64-bit integer a to all elements of dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate packed 16-bit integers in a and b producing an intermediate 32-bit result. Shift the result left by imm8 bits, and store the upper 16-bits in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate packed 32-bit integers in a and b producing an intermediate 64-bit result. Shift the result left by imm8 bits, and store the upper 32-bits in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate packed 64-bit integers in a and b producing an intermediate 128-bit result. Shift the result left by imm8 bits, and store the upper 64-bits in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate packed 16-bit integers in a and b producing an intermediate 32-bit result. Shift the result left by the amount specified in the corresponding element of c, and store the upper 16-bits in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate packed 32-bit integers in a and b producing an intermediate 64-bit result. Shift the result left by the amount specified in the corresponding element of c, and store the upper 32-bits in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate packed 64-bit integers in a and b producing an intermediate 128-bit result. Shift the result left by the amount specified in the corresponding element of c, and store the upper 64-bits in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate packed 16-bit integers in b and a producing an intermediate 32-bit result. Shift the result right by imm8 bits, and store the lower 16-bits in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate packed 32-bit integers in b and a producing an intermediate 64-bit result. Shift the result right by imm8 bits, and store the lower 32-bits in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate packed 64-bit integers in b and a producing an intermediate 128-bit result. Shift the result right by imm8 bits, and store the lower 64-bits in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src“ when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate packed 16-bit integers in b and a producing an intermediate 32-bit result. Shift the result right by the amount specified in the corresponding element of c, and store the lower 16-bits in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate packed 32-bit integers in b and a producing an intermediate 64-bit result. Shift the result right by the amount specified in the corresponding element of c, and store the lower 32-bits in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Concatenate packed 64-bit integers in b and a producing an intermediate 128-bit result. Shift the result right by the amount specified in the corresponding element of c, and store the lower 64-bits in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from a when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 8-bit integers in a within 128-bit lanes using the control in the corresponding 8-bit element of b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 32-bit integers in a within 128-bit lanes using the control in imm8, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 128-bits (composed of 4 single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements) selected by imm8 from a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 128-bits (composed of 2 double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements) selected by imm8 from a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 128-bits (composed of 4 32-bit integers) selected by imm8 from a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 128-bits (composed of 2 64-bit integers) selected by imm8 from a and b, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements within 128-bit lanes using the control in imm8, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 16-bit integers in the high 64 bits of 128-bit lanes of a using the control in imm8. Store the results in the high 64 bits of 128-bit lanes of dst, with the low 64 bits of 128-bit lanes being copied from a to dst, using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shuffle 16-bit integers in the low 64 bits of 128-bit lanes of a using the control in imm8. Store the results in the low 64 bits of 128-bit lanes of dst, with the high 64 bits of 128-bit lanes being copied from a to dst, using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 16-bit integers in a left by count while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 32-bit integers in a left by count while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 64-bit integers in a left by count while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 16-bit integers in a left by imm8 while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 32-bit integers in a left by imm8 while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 64-bit integers in a left by imm8 while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 16-bit integers in a left by the amount specified by the corresponding element in count while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 32-bit integers in a left by the amount specified by the corresponding element in count while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 64-bit integers in a left by the amount specified by the corresponding element in count while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the square root of packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the square root of packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the square root of packed double-precision (64-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Compute the square root of packed single-precision (32-bit) floating-point elements in a, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 16-bit integers in a right by count while shifting in sign bits, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 32-bit integers in a right by count while shifting in sign bits, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 64-bit integers in a right by count while shifting in sign bits, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 16-bit integers in a right by imm8 while shifting in sign bits, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 32-bit integers in a right by imm8 while shifting in sign bits, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 64-bit integers in a right by imm8 while shifting in sign bits, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 16-bit integers in a right by the amount specified by the corresponding element in count while shifting in sign bits, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 32-bit integers in a right by the amount specified by the corresponding element in count while shifting in sign bits, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 64-bit integers in a right by the amount specified by the corresponding element in count while shifting in sign bits, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 16-bit integers in a right by count while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 32-bit integers in a right by count while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 64-bit integers in a right by count while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 16-bit integers in a right by imm8 while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 32-bit integers in a right by imm8 while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).
- Shift packed 64-bit integers in a right by imm8 while shifting in zeros, and store the results in dst using writemask k (elements are copied from src when the corresponding mask bit is not set).