Oblio: A Sparse Direct Solver Library for Serial and Parallel Computations. We present Oblio, a sparse direct solver library running in both serial and parallel environments. The code is written in C++ using object-oriented techniques, with the exception of few computationally intensive kernels that are written in Fortran 77. In this paper we explain what motivated the project, discuss design issues and report recent results.
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