Amesos is a set of C++ interfaces to serial and parallel sparse direct solvers. Amesos contains two nice sparse solvers: KLU and Paraklete. KLU is serial, while Paraklete (distributed with Trilinos 7.0 or higher) is a parallel solver. Amesos also offers an interface to LAPACK, and several other well-know solvers available on the web. The main idea of Amesos is to give a high-level view of direct solvers, as composed by four main phases: specification of parameters; initialization of the solver, using matrix sparsity only; computation of the factors; solution of the linear system. ...

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