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- Eric T. Bavier:
Replicated Computational Results (RCR) Report for A Sparse Symmetric Indefinite Direct Solver for GPU Architectures. ACM Trans. Math. Softw. 42(1): 2:1-2:10 (2016)
- Jonathan D. Hogg, Evgueni E. Ovtchinnikov, Jennifer A. Scott:
A Sparse Symmetric Indefinite Direct Solver for GPU Architectures. ACM Trans. Math. Softw. 42(1): 1:1-1:25 (2016)
- Nicholas I. M. Gould, Jennifer A. Scott, Yifan Hu:
A numerical evaluation of sparse direct solvers for the solution of large sparse symmetric linear systems of equations. ACM Trans. Math. Softw. 33(2): 10 (2007)
- Jennifer A. Scott, Yifan Hu:
Experiences of sparse direct symmetric solvers. ACM Trans. Math. Softw. 33(3): 18 (2007)
- Jennifer A. Scott, Yifan Hu, Nicholas I. M. Gould:
An Evaluation of Sparse Direct Symmetric Solvers: An Introduction and Preliminary Findings. PARA 2004: 818-827
- Pascal Hénon, Pierre Ramet, Jean Roman:
PaStiX: a high-performance parallel direct solver for sparse symmetric positive definite systems. Parallel Comput. 28(2): 301-321 (2002)
- Anshul Gupta, Fred G. Gustavson, Mahesh V. Joshi, George Karypis, Vipin Kumar:
Design and Implementation of a Scalable Parallel Direct Solver for Sparse Symmetric Positive Definite Systems: Preliminary Results. PPSC 1997
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