ScaLAPACK is a library of high-performance linear algebra routines for paralleldistributed memory machines. ScaLAPACK solves dense and banded linear systems,least squares problems, eigenvalue problems, and singular value problems.The key ideas incorporated into ScaLAPACK include the use of * a block cyclic data distribution for dense matrices and a block data distribution for banded matrices, parametrizable at runtime; * block-partitioned algorithms to ensure high levels of data reuse; * well-designed low-level modular components that simplify the task of parallelizing the high level routines by making their source code the same as in the sequential case.The goals of the ScaLAPACK project are the same than the oneâ€™s of LAPACK, namely: * efficiency (to run as fast as possible), * scalability (as the problem size and number of processors grow), * reliability (including error bounds), * portability (across all important parallel machines), * flexibility (so users can construct new routines from well-designed parts), * and ease of use (by making the interface to LAPACK and ScaLAPACK look as similar as possible). Many of these goals, particularly portability, are aided by developing and promotingstandards, especially for low-level communication and computation routines. We havebeen successful in attaining these goals, limiting most machine dependencies to threestandard libraries called the BLAS, or Basic Linear Algebra Subprograms, LAPACK and BLACS,or Basic Linear Algebra Communication Subprograms. LAPACK will run on any machine wherethe BLAS are available, and ScaLAPACK will run on any machine where BLAS, LAPACK and theBLACS are available. The library is currently written in Fortran (with the exception of a few symmetriceigenproblem auxiliary routines written in C). The name ScaLAPACK is an acronym forScalable Linear Algebra PACKage, or Scalable LAPACK. The most recent version ofScaLAPACK is 184.108.40.206, released in November 16, 2019.
Version: 2.0.2 (MARCONI), 2.1.0 (G100)
Official web site: http://www.netlib.org/scalapack
module load autoload scalapack
Help and Documentation:
You can find documentation on the system, with the command 'module help scalapack
- The manual is on the web at the original home page (http://www.netlib.org/scalapack)
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