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- Reha Oguz Selvitopi(reha@cs.bilkent.edu.tr)
# Contents
- spmv: Multiplication of a sparse matrix with a dense vector.
- mkl_shmem: Using MKL's routine mkl_dcsrmv() on a multicore processor
- spgemm: Multiplication of two sparse matrices.
- mkl_shmem: Using MKL's routine mkl_dcsrmultcsr() on a multicore processor
- mkl_xphi: Using MKL's routine mkl_dcsrmultcsr() via offloading to a Xeon Phi coprocessor
These two codes also contain schoolbook implementation of an SpGEMM algorithm that uses row-by-row formulation [1].
- Krylov Subspace Methods
- Linear system solution in parallel
- 2D Laplacian (2D mesh)
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- Solving multiple linear systems
- Same cofficient matrix
- Different right-hand-side vectors
REFERENCES:
[1] Fred G. Gustavson. 1978. Two Fast Algorithms for Sparse Matrices: Multiplication and Permuted Transposition. ACM Trans. Math. Softw. 4, 3 (September 1978), 250-269. DOI=http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/355791.355796
CodeVault: Sparse Matrix-Vector Multiplication
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# Overview
Sparse matrix-vector multiplication (SpMV) is one of the fundamental kernels in scientific computing. This folder contains samples for performing SpMV.
# Contributors & Maintainers
- Cevdet Aykanat (aykanat@cs.bilkent.edu.tr)
- Kadir Akbudak (kadir.cs@gmail.com)
- Reha Oguz Selvitopi(reha@cs.bilkent.edu.tr)
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README
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- 1. Code sample name
mkl_spmv
- 2. Description of the code sample package
mkl_spmv code performs multiplication of a sparse matrix with a dense vector using MKL's routine mkl_dcsrmv() on a multicore processor.
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