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We present a deflated version of the conjugate gradient algorithm for solving linear systems. The new algorithm can be useful in cases when a small number of eigenvalues of the iteration matrix are very close to the origin. It can also be useful when solving linear systems with multiple right-hand sides, since the eigenvalue information gathered from… (More)

Many scientific applications require one to solve successively linear systems Ax = b with different right-hand sides b and a symmetric positive definite matrix A. The conjugate gradient method applied to the first system generates a Krylov subspace which can be efficiently recycled thanks to orthogonal projections in subsequent systems. A modified conjugate… (More)

Nowadays, the High Performance Computing is part of the context of embedded systems. Graphics Processing Units (GPUs) are more and more used in acceleration of the most part of algorithms and applications. Over the past years, not many efforts have been done to describe abstractions of applications in relation to their target architectures. Thus, when… (More)

—Nowadays, several industrial applications are being ported to parallel architectures. In fact, these platforms allow acquire more performance for system modelling and simulation. In the electric machines area, there are many problems which need speed-up on their solution. This paper examines the parallelism of sparse matrix solver on the graphics… (More)

—The electrical and electronic engineering has used parallel programming to solve its large scale complex problems for performance reasons. However, as parallel programming requires a non-trivial distribution of tasks and data, developers find it hard to implement their applications effectively. Thus, in order to reduce design complexity, we propose an… (More)

—Nowadays, several industrial applications are being ported to parallel architectures. These applications take advantage of the potential parallelism provided by multiple core processors. Many-core processors, especially the GPUs(Graphics Processing Unit), have led the race of floating-point performance since 2003. While the performance improvement of… (More)

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