Lessons from implementing the biCGStab method with SkeTo library

@inproceedings{Matsuzaki2010LessonsFI,
  title={Lessons from implementing the biCGStab method with SkeTo library},
  author={Kiminori Matsuzaki and Kento Emoto},
  booktitle={HLPP '10},
  year={2010}
}
Recent computing environments achieving high performance with parallelism call for methodology for easy parallel programming, and skeletal parallel programming is such a methodology. There have been many studies on the development of parallel skeleton libraries and optimization for skeletal programs, but not so many studies have been done about applying the skeletal parallel programming to real applications. We implemented a BiCGStab method, which is widely used for solving systems of linear… CONTINUE READING

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