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Raffael_C_

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03-23-2016
11:52 AM

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Pardiso Schur Complement Memory Allocation

Hello,

I was just looking at the Schur Complement functionality of Pardiso and was studying the documentation for quite some time but there are still two things that I don't understand:

- How much memory should I allocate for the vector x when iparm(36)=1 or 2? (Obviously it can be bigger than n (the number of equations).

- What is the format in which the matrix is returned. It seems to be row-major dense format?

It would be very helpful if the documentation was more clear about this.

Thank you for your help,

Raffael

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Alexander_K_Intel2

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03-23-2016
09:25 PM

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HI Raffael,

- How much memory should I allocate for the vector x when iparm(36)=1 or 2? (Obviously it can be bigger than n (the number of equations).

[akalinki] Schur complement is the dense matrix K by K where K is number of unit element in perm array, so you need to provide array with size K*K*sizeof(data)

- What is the format in which the matrix is returned. It seems to be row-major dense format?

[akalinki] correct

Thanks,

Alex

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