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A New multi-threaded and recursive direct algorithm for parallel solution of sparse linear systems
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Bölükbaşı, Ercan Selçuk
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Many of the science and engineering applications need to solve linear systems to model a real problem. Usually these linear systems have sparse coefficient matrices and thus require an effective solution of sparse linear systems which is usually the most time consuming operation. Circuit simulation, material science, power network analysis and computational fluid dynamics can be given as examples of these problems. With the introduction of multi-core processors, it became more important to solve sparse linear systems effectively in parallel. In this thesis, a new direct multi-threaded and recursive algorithm based on DS factorization to solve sparse linear systems will be introduced. The algorithmic challenges of this approach will be studied on matrices from different application domains. The advantages and disadvantages of variations of the algorithm on different matrices will be discussed. Specifically, we study the effects of changing number of threads, degree of diagonal dominance, the usage of sparse right hand side solution and various methods used to find the exact solution using the reduced system. Furthermore, comparisons will be made against a well known direct parallel sparse solver.
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Linear systems
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Linear systems
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Simultaneous multithreading processors.
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Computer algorithms.
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Recursion theory.
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https://hdl.handle.net/11511/22696
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E. S. Bölükbaşı, “A New multi-threaded and recursive direct algorithm for parallel solution of sparse linear systems,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2013.