GLAS aims to specify an interface for linear algebra libraries. This would enable application developers to program against a specific interface and others (e.g. machine vendors) to provide optimised implementations of this interface. These optimised implementations might be deduced from the reference implementation but aditionally take into account machine-specific instructions, memory hierarchies or other machine-tuned libraries (e.g. BLAS). The primary design goals for this interface are: performance, flexibility and ease of use.
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- Vannieuwenhoven, Nick; Meerbergen, Karl: IMF: an incomplete multifrontal $LU$-factorization for element-structured sparse linear systems (2013)
- Yue, Yao; Meerbergen, Karl: Accelerating optimization of parametric linear systems by model order reduction (2013)
- Meerbergen, Karl; Fresl, Krešimir; Knapen, Toon: C++ bindings to external software libraries with examples from BLAS, LAPACK, UMFPACK, and MUMPS (2009)