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vahid_s_
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Eigenvalue Solver Error (dfeast_scsrgv )

I'm trying to solve eigenvalue problem for large sparse matrices using dfeast_scsrgv function. The function works fine for small problems (ex: 8*8 sparse matrix) but it gives System.StackOverflowException error for larger problems( ex: 200*200 sparse matrix) . I'm using Visual Studio 2008 and MKL version 11 with most recent updates installed. My system is windows 64 bit and the programming language is C++. Following I provided the eigenvalue solver code that I'm using. In debug mode when I reach  dfeast_scsrgv  line it gives me Stack Overflow error. I do not think I am using any infinite loop or unnecessary large arrays. I would appreciate if someone can help me to fix the problem. Thanks! 

 

[cpp]   
//Convert stiffness and mass matrix to CSR format - Seldon library
int NumStiff = M_GStiff.GetDataSize();   
Vector<double> V_GStiffVal   (NumStiff);    
Vector<int>    V_GStiffColInd(NumStiff);
Vector<int>    V_GStiffRowPtr(PrbDim+1);
ConvertToCSR(M_GStiff, prop, V_GStiffRowPtr, V_GStiffColInd, V_GStiffVal);  
 
int NumMass = M_GMass.GetDataSize();
Vector<double> V_GMassVal   (NumMass);
Vector<int>    V_GMassColInd(NumMass);
Vector<int>    V_GMassRowPtr(PrbDim+1);
ConvertToCSR(M_GMass, prop, V_GMassRowPtr, V_GMassColInd, V_GMassVal);   
 
//Release memory
M_GStiff.Clear();
M_GMass.Clear();
 
//Convert Seldon format to typical C array
double* a = V_GStiffVal.GetData();
int*   ia = V_GStiffRowPtr.GetData();
int*   ja = V_GStiffColInd.GetData();   
 
double* b = V_GMassVal.GetData();
int*   ib = V_GMassRowPtr.GetData();
int*   jb = V_GMassColInd.GetData();
 
// Convert matrix from 0-based C-notation to Fortran 1-based
int nnz = ia[PrbDim]; 
for (int i = 0; i < PrbDim+1; i++)        ia += 1;    
for (int i = 0; i < nnz; i++)                 ja += 1;  
 
for (int i = 0; i < PrbDim+1; i++)      ib += 1;
for (int i = 0; i < nnz; i++)              jb += 1;
 
// Initialize variables for the solver
double Error    = 0;
int    Loop     = 0;
int    NumMode  = 10;
double Emin     = 0;
double Emax     = pow(10.0,10.0);    
int    Flag     = 0;
char   MTyp     = 'U';
int    NumEigen = NumMode;
 
vector<int>    V_FPM (128,0);
vector<double> V_Eigen(NumMode,0);
vector<double> V_Res (NumMode,0);    
 
V_FPM[0]  = 1;
V_FPM[1]  = 8;
V_FPM[2]  = 12;
V_FPM[3]  = 20;
V_FPM[4]  = 0;
V_FPM[5]  = 0;
V_FPM[6]  = 5;
V_FPM[13] = 0;
V_FPM[63] = 0;
 
int*    P_FPM          = &V_FPM[0];
double* P_Eigen        = &V_Eigen[0];  
double* P_Res          = &V_Res[0];    
double dDum;
 
// Call Eigenvalue Solver
dfeast_scsrgv (&MTyp, &PrbDim, a, ia, ja, b, ib, jb,
                P_FPM, &Error, &Loop, &Emin, &Emax, &NumMode, P_Eigen, &dDum, &NumEigen, P_Res, &Flag);

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Gennady_F_Intel
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Can you give the reproducer which we can compile and debug the problem on our side?

vahid_s_
Beginner
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Attached is my C++ code, sparse matrices example (binary file) and seldon library. 

Gennady_F_Intel
Moderator
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I see the failure on my side with  ml v.11.1. We will debug the code and will back in the case any update.

vahid_s_
Beginner
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Thanks Gennady. Would you please let me know approximately how long it will take to fix the problem and make the new update? Thank you again for your help and time.

Gennady_F_Intel
Moderator
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please see into attachment your code which was slightly modified. the modified part marked by --GF--

Gennady_F_Intel
Moderator
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it would also make sense to notice the output results I have on my side:

Intel MKL Extended Eigensolvers: double precision driver
Intel MKL Extended Eigensolvers: List of input parameters fpm(1:64)-- if different from default
Intel MKL Extended Eigensolvers: fpm(1)=1
Intel MKL Extended Eigensolvers: fpm(11)=0
Search interval [0.000000000000000e+000;1.000000000000000e+003]
Intel MKL Extended Eigensolvers: Size subspace 3
#Loop | #Eig  |    Trace     | Error-Trace |  Max-Residual
Intel MKL Extended Eigensolvers: Resize subspace 1
0,1,1.749966841512209e+000,1.000000000000000e+000,6.859928113611897e-015
Intel MKL Extended Eigensolvers have successfully converged (to desired tolerance).
         dfeast_scsrgv  PASSED
1.74997
END!

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