SVE Instruction List by Dougall Johnson
# BFDOT (indexed): BFloat16 floating-point indexed dot product

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svfloat32_t svbfdot_lane[_f32](svfloat32_t op1, svbfloat16_t op2, svbfloat16_t op3, uint64_t imm_index)

## 128-bit SVE

For each pair of BFloat16s from (1) and (2), compute the dot-product, then add the result to the corresponding 32-bit float accumulator from (3), setting (4) to the total. Within each 128-bit segment, the pair of values used from (1) is specified by

`imm`

. See

the documentation for the exact order of operations.

## 256-bit SVE

For each pair of BFloat16s from (1) and (2), compute the dot-product, then add the result to the corresponding 32-bit float accumulator from (3), setting (4) to the total. Within each 128-bit segment, the pair of values used from (1) is specified by

`imm`

. See

the documentation for the exact order of operations.

## 512-bit SVE

For each pair of BFloat16s from (1) and (2), compute the dot-product, then add the result to the corresponding 32-bit float accumulator from (3), setting (4) to the total. Within each 128-bit segment, the pair of values used from (1) is specified by

`imm`

. See

the documentation for the exact order of operations.

## Larger sizes

## 1024-bit SVE

For each pair of BFloat16s from (1) and (2), compute the dot-product, then add the result to the corresponding 32-bit float accumulator from (3), setting (4) to the total. Within each 128-bit segment, the pair of values used from (1) is specified by

`imm`

. See

the documentation for the exact order of operations.

## 2048-bit SVE

For each pair of BFloat16s from (1) and (2), compute the dot-product, then add the result to the corresponding 32-bit float accumulator from (3), setting (4) to the total. Within each 128-bit segment, the pair of values used from (1) is specified by

`imm`

. See

the documentation for the exact order of operations.

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Inspired by and based on the x86/x64 SIMD Instruction List by Daytime.