ILU++: A new software package for solving sparse linear systems with iterative methods. ILU++ is a software package for solving sparse linear systems with iterative methods using state-of-the-art incomplete multilevel LU-factorisations as preconditioners. It implements several types of preprocessing (permuting and scaling both rows and columns prior to factorisation to make the matrix more suitable for LU-factorisation), different pivoting strategies and a number of dropping rules to ensure sparsity. ILU++ is available under the GNU public licence.
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- Mayer, Jan: A numerical evaluation of preprocessing and ILU-type preconditioners for the solution of unsymmetric sparse linear systems using iterative methods (2009)
- Mayer, Jan: Parallel algorithms for solving linear systems with sparse triangular matrices (2009)
- Neff, Patrizio; Sydow, Antje; Wieners, Christian: Numerical approximation of incremental infinitesimal gradient plasticity (2009)
- Mayer, Jan: Symmetric permutations for I-matrices to delay and avoid small pivots during factorization (2008)
- Mayer, Jan: Symmetric permutations for I-matrices to avoid small pivots during incomplete factorization (2008)
- Kaporin, I. E.: Scaling, reordering, and diagonal pivoting in ILU preconditionings (2007)