4 edition of Using PLAPACK--parallel linear algebra package found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -186) and indexes.
|Statement||Robert A. van de Geijn ; with contributions by Philip Alpatov ... [et al.].|
|Series||Scientific and engineering computation|
|LC Classifications||QA185.D37 V36 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 194 p. :|
|Number of Pages||194|
|LC Control Number||96038064|
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Description This book is a comprehensive introduction to all the components of a high-performance parallel linear algebra library, as well as a guide to the PLAPACK infrastructure.
Using PLAPACK: Parallel Linear Algebra Package. Robert A. van de Geijn with contributions by Philip Alpatov Greg Baker Carter Edwards John Gunnels Greg Morrow James Overfelt Contents; 1 Introduction. Why a New Infrastructure.
Natural Description of Linear Algebra Algorithms. This book is a comprehensive introduction to all the components of a high-performance parallel linear algebra library, as well as a guide to the PLAPACK infrastructure.
PLAPACK is a library infrastructure for the parallel implementation of linear algebra algorithms and applications on distributed memory supercomputers such as the Intel Paragon 5/5(1). PLAPACK: Parallel Linear Algebra Libraries Design Overview.
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Home Browse by Title Books Using PLAPACK: parallel linear algebra package. Using PLAPACK: parallel linear algebra package May May Read More. Author: Robert A. van de Geijn. Univ. of Texas, Austin. Publisher: Using PLAPACK: parallel linear algebra package. PLAPACK is a library infrastructure for the parallel implementation of linear algebra algorithms and applications on distributed memory supercomputers such as the Intel Paragon, IBM SP2, Cray T3D/T3E, SGI PowerChallenge, and Convex Exemplar.
He is the principal author of the widely cited book. Using PLAPACK—parallel linear algebra package. Scientific and engineering computation. Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, Personal. Robert van de Geijn was born on Augin the Netherlands.
Using Plapack: Parallel Linear Algebra Pack- age is part of the MIT Press’s renowned Scien- tific and Engineering Computation series. Robert van de Geijn, Using PLAPACK: Parallel Linear Algebra Package, The MIT Press, Google Scholar Digital Library; R.
van de Geijn and J. Watts, SUMMA: Scalable universal matrix multiplication algorithm, in Concurrency: Practice and Experience, VOL. The PLAPACK project represents an effort to provide an infrastructure for implementing application friendly high performance linear algebra algorithms.
The package uses a more application-centric data distribution, which we call Physically Based Matrix Distribution, as well as an object based (MPI-like) style of programming. Summary: This book is a comprehensive introduction to all the components of a high-performance parallel linear algebra library, as well as a guide to the PLAPACK infrastructure.
A parallel linear algebra package is fundamental for developing parallel numerical applications. In this paper, we present plapackJava, a Java interface to PLAPACK, a parallel linear algebra library. This interface is simple to use and object-oriented, with good support for initialization of distributed objects.
PLAPACK: Parallel Linear Algebra Libraries Design Overview. The parallelisation of all steps of the solution process including geometry setup, parallel computation of the matrix elements using a distributed storage scheme, solution of the system of linear equations, and near- and far-field calculations is discussed and some results concerning the.
A book for linear algebra. Many significant real-life problems are modelled using the tools and techniques of Linear Algebra. In recent years Linear Algebra has become an essential part of Mathematics, Engineering, Computer science, Physics, Economics, Statistics and many other subjects.
This book for linear algebra caters to the need of. During my course work for ISB-CBA, one of the lectures for statistics involved solving for intercept, coefficients and R Square values of multiple linear regression with just matrix multiplication on an excel using linear algebra.
LAPACK routines are written so that as much as possible of the computation is performed by calls to the Basic Linear Algebra Subprograms (BLAS). LAPACK is designed at the outset to exploit the Level 3 BLAS — a set of specifications for Fortran subprograms that do various types of matrix multiplication and the solution of triangular systems.
Books for Robert van de Geijn; Cover Title Author Abstract; Using PLAPACK: Parallel Linear Algebra Package: van de Geijn, Robert: PLAPACK is a library infrastructure for the parallel implementation of linear algebra algorithms and applications.
Abstract. The study of the solution of the Generalized Sylvester Equation and other related equations is a good example of the role played by matrix arithmetic in the field of Modern Control describe the work performed to develop systolic algorithms for solving this equation, in a fast and effective way.
The Pythonic approach mainly combines Python, numerical Python, PySparse 2 and C/C++ to create an easy to use interface to efficient libraries suitable for algorithms in large scale linear algebra. In this section we introduce the Python programming language, the numerical Python module and our PySparse package for sparse matrix computations.Using PLAPACK: Parallel Linear Algebra Package R.A.
van de Geljn The MIT Press, Cambridge,ISBNxx+ pages, GBP paperback. PLAPACK applies to high performance parallel dense linear algebra computation. Its aim is to overcome the complexity of manipulating indices.PLAPACK: Parallel Linear Algebra Package.
By Philip Alpatov, Greg Baker, Carter Edwards, John Gunnels, Greg Morrow, James Overfelt and Yuan-jye J. Wu. Abstract. The PLAPACK project represents an effort to provide an infrastructure for implementing application friendly high performance linear algebra algorithms.
The package uses a more.