Highly scalable eigensolvers for petaflop applications

@inproceedings{Auckenthaler2012HighlySE,
  title={Highly scalable eigensolvers for petaflop applications},
  author={Thomas Auckenthaler},
  year={2012}
}
High-performance computing (HPC) is an area of research which is subject to big changes. Fundamental properties of computer architectures such as cache, oatingpoint, or memory performance, e.g., are progressing at di erent pace. All this and other trends make it a challenging task for algorithm and software designers to exploit the available power of leading-edge supercomputers in real world applications. One such important problem, which has been identi ed as a so-called "Grand Challenge", is… CONTINUE READING

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