Numerical Linear Algebra and Computer Architecture : An Evolving Interaction ∗

  title={Numerical Linear Algebra and Computer Architecture : An Evolving Interaction ∗},
  author={G. A. Hedayat},
The aim of this report is to highlight the evolving interaction between computer architecture on the one hand and the design and analysis of algorithms for numerical linear algebra on the other. This report can best be described as a collection of pointers to aspects of the development processes of numerical linear algebra, and to various existing surveys and software. The rich variety of activity in design, analysis, comparison and evaluation of algorithms, new and old, is examined in the… CONTINUE READING


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