[Trilinos-Users] [EXTERNAL] Large Parallel Dense Matrices
Miller, Joel D
jdmille at sandia.gov
Thu Jan 10 09:55:29 MST 2013
Please note that Sierra is export-controlled and licensed software. It is not freely distributed. Travis would have to obtain a license or have access to an already-licensed installation if he is interested in using Sierra.
Joel D. Miller
Sierra Mechanics User Support [sierra-help at sandia.gov]
Scientific Applications & User Support Dept. 9326
Sandia National Laboratories
Albuquerque, NM 87185-0380
phone: (505) 844-1255
fax: (505) 284-2555
email: jdmille at sandia.gov<mailto:jdmille at sandia.gov>
From: owner-wg-sierra-dev at sandia.gov [mailto:owner-wg-sierra-dev at sandia.gov] On Behalf Of Day, David
Sent: Thursday, January 10, 2013 9:34 AM
To: Travis Austin; trilinos-users at software.sandia.gov
Subject: Re: [EXTERNAL] [Trilinos-Users] Large Parallel Dense Matrices
In Sierra, we build and solve large parallel dense linear systems using Scalapack. The interface to Scalapack was developed with lots of help from the Trilinos Developers.
Basically I recommend that you use Sierra.
From: Travis Austin <austin at txcorp.com<mailto:austin at txcorp.com>>
Date: Thursday, January 10, 2013 8:52 AM
To: Trilinos Users <Trilinos-Users at software.sandia.gov<mailto:Trilinos-Users at software.sandia.gov>>
Subject: [EXTERNAL] [Trilinos-Users] Large Parallel Dense Matrices
I've been looking around in Trilinos for some functionality that allows me to build large parallel dense matrices associated with
Method of Moments (or boundary element methods) and to then invert them. Has anyone ever done this in Trilinos and if so
what was used? Most of the functionality in Trilinos targets sparse matrices as far as I can find.
Travis Austin, Ph.D
VP, Computational Mathematics
5621 Arapahoe Ave
Boulder, CO 80303
austin at txcorp.com<mailto:austin at txcorp.com>
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