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The Sbr Toolbox { Software for Successive Band Reduction the Sbr Toolbox { Software for Successive Band Reduction

@inproceedings{DSYGTR1996TheST,
  title={The Sbr Toolbox \{ Software for Successive Band Reduction the Sbr Toolbox \{ Software for Successive Band Reduction},
  author={DSYTRD DORGTR DSYGTR},
  year={1996}
}
  • DSYTRD DORGTR DSYGTR
  • Published 1996
  • We present a software toolbox for symmetric band reduction, together with a set of testing and timing drivers. The toolbox contains routines for the reduction of full symmetric matrices to banded form and the reduction of banded matrices to narrower banded or tridiagonal form, with optional accumulation of the orthogonal transformations, as well as repacking routines for storage rearrangement. The functionality and the calling sequences of the routines are described, with a detailed discussion… CONTINUE READING

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