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General software for preconditioning the iterative solution of linear systems is greatly lagging behind the literature. This is partly because specific problems and specific matrix and preconditioner data structures in order to be solved efficiently, i.e., multiple implementations of a...
An efficient algorithm for the generation of Hilbert's space-filling curve is given. The algorithm implements a recursive procedure that involves simple integer operations and quickly converges to the set of points that make the Hilbert curve. The algorithm is elegant, short, and considerably...
This article describes a suite of codes as well as associated testing and timing drivers for computing rank-revealing QR (RRQR) factorizations of dense matrices. The main contribution is an efficient block algorithm for approximating an RRQR factorization, employing a windowed version of the...
We develop algorithms and implementations for computing rank-revealing QR (RRQR) factorizations of dense matrices. First, we develop an efficient block algorithm for approximating an RRQR factorization, employing a windowed version of the commonly used Golub pivoting strategy, aided by...
Primitives in mathematical software are usually written and optimized by hand. With the implementation of a “sparse compiler” that is capable of automatically converting a dense program into sparse code, however, a completely different approach to the generation of sparse primitives can be...
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