ParMETIS is an MPI-based parallel library that implements a variety of algorithms for partitioning unstructured graphs, meshes, and for computing fill-reducing orderings of sparse matrices. ParMETIS extends the functionality provided by METIS and includes routines that are especially suited for parallel AMR computations and large scale numerical simulations. The algorithms implemented in ParMETIS are based on the parallel multilevel k-way graph-partitioning, adaptive repartitioning, and parallel multi-constrained partitioning schemes developed in our lab.

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  1. Pirova, Anna; Meyerov, Iosif; Kozinov, Evgeniy; Lebedev, Sergey: PMORSy: parallel sparse matrix ordering software for fill-in minimization (2017)
  2. Zampini, Stefano: Adaptive BDDC deluxe methods for H(curl) (2017)
  3. Augustin, Christoph M.; Neic, Aurel; Liebmann, Manfred; Prassl, Anton J.; Niederer, Steven A.; Haase, Gundolf; Plank, Gernot: Anatomically accurate high resolution modeling of human whole heart electromechanics: A strongly scalable algebraic multigrid solver method for nonlinear deformation (2016)
  4. Badia, Santiago; Nguyen, Hieu: Balancing domain decomposition by constraints and perturbation (2016)
  5. Heinlein, Alexander; Klawonn, Axel; Rheinbach, Oliver: A parallel implementation of a two-level overlapping Schwarz method with energy-minimizing coarse space based on trilinos (2016)
  6. Kong, Fande; Cai, Xiao-Chuan: A highly scalable multilevel Schwarz method with boundary geometry preserving coarse spaces for 3D elasticity problems on domains with complex geometry (2016)
  7. Liu, Xiao; Xia, Jianlin; de Hoop, Maarten V.: Parallel randomized and matrix-free direct solvers for large structured dense linear systems (2016)
  8. Mitsume, Naoto; Yamada, Tomonori; Yoshimura, Shinobu; Murotani, Kohei: Parallel analysis system for fluid-structure interaction with free-surfaces using ADVENTURE_solid and LexADV_EMPS (2016)
  9. Zampini, Stefano: PCBDDC: a class of robust dual-primal methods in PETSc (2016)
  10. El-Kurdi, Yousef; Dehnavi, Maryam Mehri; Gross, Warren J.; Giannacopoulos, Dennis: Parallel finite element technique using Gaussian belief propagation (2015)
  11. Röhrig-Zöllner, Melven; Thies, Jonas; Kreutzer, Moritz; Alvermann, Andreas; Pieper, Andreas; Basermann, Achim; Hager, Georg; Wellein, Gerhard; Fehske, Holger: Increasing the performance of the Jacobi-Davidson method by blocking (2015)
  12. Wang, Kun; Liu, Hui; Chen, Zhangxin: A scalable parallel black oil simulator on distributed memory parallel computers (2015)
  13. Chen, Rongliang; Cai, Xiao-Chuan: A parallel two-level domain decomposition based one-shot method for shape optimization problems (2014)
  14. Guo, Shu; Ghosh, Somnath: A finite element model for coupled 3D transient electromagnetic and structural dynamics problems (2014)
  15. Murotani, Kohei; Sugimoto, Shin-Ichiro; Kawai, Hiroshi; Yoshimura, Shinobu: Hierarchical domain decomposition with parallel mesh refinement for billions-of-DoF scale finite element analyses (2014)
  16. Hoffman, Johan; Jansson, Johan; Vilela de Abreu, Rodrigo; Degirmenci, Niyazi Cem; Jansson, Niclas; Müller, Kaspar; Nazarov, Murtazo; Spühler, Jeannette Hiromi: Unicorn: parallel adaptive finite element simulation of turbulent flow and fluid-structure interaction for deforming domains and complex geometry (2013)
  17. Kapahi, A.; Mousel, J.; Sambasivan, S.; Udaykumar, H.S.: Parallel, sharp interface Eulerian approach to high-speed multi-material flows (2013)
  18. Kapahi, A.; Sambasivan, S.; Udaykumar, H.S.: A three-dimensional sharp interface Cartesian grid method for solving high speed multi-material impact, penetration and fragmentation problems (2013)
  19. Pisciuneri, P.H.; Yilmaz, S.L.; Strakey, P.A.; Givi, P.: An irregularly portioned FDF simulator (2013)
  20. Wakam, Désiré Nuentsa; Pacull, François: Memory efficient hybrid algebraic solvers for linear systems arising from compressible flows (2013)

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