Matrix Market: a web resource for test matrix collections

@inproceedings{Boisvert1996MatrixMA,
  title={Matrix Market: a web resource for test matrix collections},
  author={Ronald F. Boisvert and Roldan Pozo and Karin A. Remington and Richard F. Barrett and Jack J. Dongarra},
  booktitle={Quality of Numerical Software},
  year={1996}
}
We describe a repository of data for the testing of numerical algorithms and mathematical software for matrix computations. The repository is designed to accommodate both dense and sparse matrices, as well as software to generate matrices. It has been seeded with the wellknown Harwell-Boeing sparse matrix collection. The raw data les have been augmented with an integrated World Wide Web interface which describes the matrices in the collection quantitatively and visually. For example, each… CONTINUE READING
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