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scalapack_2_0_2gnuopenmpi3hpc
A subset of LAPACK routines redesigned for heterogenous computing
The ScaLAPACK (or Scalable LAPACK) library includes a subset
of LAPACK routines redesigned for distributed memory MIMD
parallel computers. It is currently written in a
SingleProgramMultipleData style using explicit message
passing for interprocessor communication. It assumes
matrices are laid out in a twodimensional block cyclic
decomposition.
ScaLAPACK is designed for heterogeneous computing and is
portable on any computer that supports MPI or PVM.
Like LAPACK, the ScaLAPACK routines are based on
blockpartitioned algorithms in order to minimize the frequency
of data movement between different levels of the memory hierarchy.
(For such machines, the memory hierarchy includes the offprocessor
memory of other processors, in addition to the hierarchy of registers,
cache, and local memory on each processor.) The fundamental building
blocks of the ScaLAPACK library are distributed memory versions (PBLAS)
of the Level 1, 2 and 3 BLAS, and a set of Basic Linear Algebra
Communication Subprograms (BLACS) for communication tasks that arise
frequently in parallel linear algebra computations. In the ScaLAPACK
routines, all interprocessor communication occurs within the PBLAS and the
BLACS. One of the design goals of ScaLAPACK was to have the ScaLAPACK
routines resemble their LAPACK equivalents as much as possible.
SUSE Package Hub 15 SP1 oneclick install
Install scalapack_2_0_2gnuopenmpi3hpc
NOTE: This oneclick installation requires that the SUSE Package Hub extension to already be enabled.
See http://packagehub.suse.com/howtouse/ for information on enabling the Package Hub extension
If the extension is not enabled, this installation will fail while trying to enable an invalid repo.
This package might depend on packages from SUSE Linux Enterprise modules. If those modules are not enabled, a package dependency error will be encountered.
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Package Hub 15 SP1
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scalapack_2_0_2gnuopenmpi3hpc
A subset of LAPACK routines redesigned for heterogenous computing
The ScaLAPACK (or Scalable LAPACK) library includes a subset
of LAPACK routines redesigned for distributed memory MIMD
parallel computers. It is currently written in a
SingleProgramMultipleData style using explicit message
passing for interprocessor communication. It assumes
matrices are laid out in a twodimensional block cyclic
decomposition.
ScaLAPACK is designed for heterogeneous computing and is
portable on any computer that supports MPI or PVM.
Like LAPACK, the ScaLAPACK routines are based on
blockpartitioned algorithms in order to minimize the frequency
of data movement between different levels of the memory hierarchy.
(For such machines, the memory hierarchy includes the offprocessor
memory of other processors, in addition to the hierarchy of registers,
cache, and local memory on each processor.) The fundamental building
blocks of the ScaLAPACK library are distributed memory versions (PBLAS)
of the Level 1, 2 and 3 BLAS, and a set of Basic Linear Algebra
Communication Subprograms (BLACS) for communication tasks that arise
frequently in parallel linear algebra computations. In the ScaLAPACK
routines, all interprocessor communication occurs within the PBLAS and the
BLACS. One of the design goals of ScaLAPACK was to have the ScaLAPACK
routines resemble their LAPACK equivalents as much as possible.