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I am having to solve many large sparse linear systems in real time (the result of the finite element methods). Can anyone give me any advice on parallelizing the program ?
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Quoting - vu64
I am having to solve many large sparse linear systems in real time (the result of the finite element methods). Can anyone give me any advice on parallelizing the program ?
hi;
I strongly recommend you to use PARDISO, one of Math Kernel Library functions. It's definitely the fastest known sparse slover and it has powerful parallel abilities.

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I am having to solve many large sparse linear systems in real time (the result of the finite element methods). Can anyone give me any advice on parallelizing the program ?
hi;
I strongly recommend you to use PARDISO, one of Math Kernel Library functions. It's definitely the fastest known sparse slover and it has powerful parallel abilities.

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hi;
I strongly recommend you to use PARDISO, one of Math Kernel Library functions. It's definitely the fastest known sparse slover and it has powerful parallel abilities.
Do you mean this http://pardiso-project.org ?
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Do you mean this http://pardiso-project.org ?

No, as I said it's a part of MKL. You'll have to download Math Kernel Library from intel and install it on your computer. Then you can link it to your project and use its functions, including PARDISO.

ps.: There is a mkl manual in the installation folder, which will help you through linking and using the library.
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