LASPack

LASPack is a package for solving large sparse systems of linear equations like those which arise from discretization of partial differential equations. It contains classical as well as selected state-of-the-art algorithms which are commonly used for large sparse systems such as CG-like methods for non-symmetric systems (CGN, GMRES, BiCG, QMR, CGS, and BiCGStab) and multilevel methods such as multigrid and conjugate gradient method preconditioned by multigrid and BPX preconditioners. LASPack is written in ANSI C and is thus largely portable. Postscript and HTML version of the reference manual are included.


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  5. Choi, Hae-Won; Paraschivoiu, Marius: Adaptive domain decomposition for the bound method: application to the incompressible Navier-Stokes and energy equations in three space dimensions (2007)
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  8. Choi, Hae-Won; Paraschivoiu, Marius: A faster “hybrid-flux” calculation approach to output bounds for three dimensional problems (2005)
  9. Mehdizadeh, Omid Z.; Paraschivoiu, Marius: Investigation of a two-dimensional spectral element method for Helmholtz’s equation (2003)
  10. Paraschivoiu, Marius: A posteriori finite element output bounds in three space dimensions using the FETI method (2001)
  11. Frauendiener, Jörg: Calculating initial data for the conformal Einstein equations by pseudo-spectral methods (1999)
  12. Kumar, Ashish; Dawson, Paul R.: Modeling crystallographic texture evolution with finite elements over neo-Eulerian orientation spaces (1998)