HSL

HSL (formerly the Harwell Subroutine Library) is a collection of state-of-the-art packages for large-scale scientific computation written and developed by the Numerical Analysis Group at the STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory and other experts. HSL offers users a high standard of reliability and has an international reputation as a source of robust and efficient numerical software. Among its best known packages are those for the solution of sparse linear systems of equations and sparse eigenvalue problems. MATLAB interfaces are offered for selected packages. The Library was started in 1963 and was originally used at the Harwell Laboratory on IBM mainframes running under OS and MVS. Over the years, the Library has evolved and has been extensively used on a wide range of computers, from supercomputers to modern PCs. Recent additions include optimised support for multicore processors. If you are interested in our optimization or nonlinear equation solving packages, our work in this area is released in the GALAHAD library.

This software is also referenced in ORMS.


References in zbMATH (referenced in 229 articles , 2 standard articles )

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  1. Acer, Seher; Kayaaslan, Enver; Aykanat, Cevdet: A hypergraph partitioning model for profile minimization (2019)
  2. Andersson, Joel A. E.; Gillis, Joris; Horn, Greg; Rawlings, James B.; Diehl, Moritz: CasADi: a software framework for nonlinear optimization and optimal control (2019)
  3. Hook, James; Pestana, Jennifer; Tisseur, Françoise; Hogg, Jonathan: Max-balanced Hungarian scalings (2019)
  4. Paipuri, Mahendra; Tiago, Carlos; Fernández-Méndez, Sonia: Coupling of continuous and hybridizable discontinuous Galerkin methods: application to conjugate heat transfer problem (2019)
  5. D’ambra, Pasqua; Filippone, Salvatore; Vassilevski, Panayot S.: BootCMatch. A software package for bootstrap AMG based on graph weighted matching (2018)
  6. Druinsky, Alex; Carlebach, Eyal; Toledo, Sivan: Wilkinson’s inertia-revealing factorization and its application to sparse matrices. (2018)
  7. Dussault, Jean-Pierre: ARC(_q): a new adaptive regularization by cubics (2018)
  8. Gonzaga de Oliveira, Sanderson L.; Bernardes, Júnior A. B.; Chagas, Guilherme O.: An evaluation of low-cost heuristics for matrix bandwidth and profile reductions (2018)
  9. Hook, James; Scott, Jennifer; Tisseur, Françoise; Hogg, Jonathan: A Max-plus approach to incomplete Cholesky factorization preconditioners (2018)
  10. Katz, Daniel S.; Chue Hong, Neil P.: Software citation in theory and practice (2018)
  11. Magnusson, Fredrik; Åkesson, Johan: Symbolic elimination in dynamic optimization based on block-triangular ordering (2018)
  12. Mahdi Ghazaei Ardakani, M.; Magnusson, Fredrik: Ball-and-finger system: modeling and optimal trajectories (2018)
  13. Melo, Wendel; Fampa, Marcia; Raupp, Fernanda: Integrality gap minimization heuristics for binary mixed integer nonlinear programming (2018)
  14. Mertens, Nick; Kunde, Christian; Kienle, Achim; Michaels, Dennis: Monotonic reformulation and bound tightening for global optimization of ideal multi-component distillation columns (2018)
  15. Muldoon, F. H.: Numerical study of hydrothermal wave suppression in thermocapillary flow using a predictive control method (2018)
  16. Rees, Tyrone; Scott, Jennifer: A comparative study of null-space factorizations for sparse symmetric saddle point systems. (2018)
  17. Scott, Jennifer; Tůma, Miroslav: A Schur complement approach to preconditioning sparse linear least-squares problems with some dense rows (2018)
  18. Baharev, Ali; Domes, Ferenc; Neumaier, Arnold: A robust approach for finding all well-separated solutions of sparse systems of nonlinear equations (2017)
  19. Dussault, Jean-Pierre: A note on robust descent in differentiable optimization (2017)
  20. Gould, Nicholas; Scott, Jennifer: The state-of-the-art of preconditioners for sparse linear least-squares problems (2017)

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