M4RI
M4RI is a library for fast arithmetic with dense matrices over F2. It was started by Gregory Bard, is maintained by Martin Albrecht. Several people contributed to it (see below). The name M4RI comes from the first implemented algorithm: The “Method of the Four Russians” inversion algorithm published by Gregory Bard. This algorithm in turn is named after the “Method of the Four Russians” multiplication algorithm which is probably better referred to as Kronrod’s method. M4RI is used by the Sage mathematics software and the PolyBoRi library. M4RI is available under the General Public License Version 2 or later (GPLv2+).
This software is also referenced in ORMS.
This software is also referenced in ORMS.
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References in zbMATH (referenced in 11 articles )
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- Bertolazzi, Enrico; Rimoldi, Anna: Fast matrix decomposition in $\Bbb F_2$ (2014)
- Jeannerod, Claude-Pierre; Pernet, Clément; Storjohann, Arne: Rank-profile revealing Gaussian elimination and the CUP matrix decomposition (2013)
- Albrecht, Martin R.: The M4RIE library for dense linear algebra over small fields with even characteristic (2012)
- Albrecht, Martin; Bard, Gregory; Hart, William: Algorithm 898: Efficient multiplication of dense matrices over GF(2) (2010)
- Bodrato, Marco: A Strassen-like matrix multiplication suited for squaring and higher power computation (2010)
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