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Efficient multitasking of Choleski matrix factorization on CRAY supercomputers

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Published
**1991**
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Office, For sale by the National Technical Information Service] in [Washington, DC], [Springfield, Va
.

Written in English

- Factorization (Mathematics),
- Cray computers.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | Andrea L. Overman, Eugene L. Poole. |

Series | NASA technical memorandum -- 4259. |

Contributions | Poole, Eugene L., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Office. |

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Microform |

Pagination | 1 v. |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL15355604M |

Pivoted Cholesky factorization can do many things that sound impossible for a deficient, non-invertible covariance matrix, like. sampling (Generate multivariate normal r.v.'s with rank-deficient covariance via Pivoted Cholesky Factorization); least squares (linear regression by solving normal equations). Quick lesson on Cholesky factorization or Cholesky Decomposition for a 2X2 Matrix LU Decomposition or LU Factorization of 3x3 matrix done by hand with elementary Cholesky Factorization.

Cholesky Factorization In this section we discuss parallel algorithms for solving sparse systems of linear equations by direct methods. Paradoxically, sparse matrix factorization offers additional opportunities for exploiting parallelism beyond those available with dense matrices, yet it is usually more difficult to attain good efficiency in the sparse case. Efficient multitasking of Choleski matrix factoriztion on CRAY supercomputers / (Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Office of Management, Scientific and Technical Information Program ; Springfield, Va.

Cholesky factorization every positive deﬁnite matrix A can be factored as A = LLT where L is lower triangular with positive diagonal elements Cost: (1/3)n3 ﬂops if A is of order n • L is called the Cholesky factor of A • can be interpreted as ‘square root’ of a positive deﬁne matrix The Cholesky factorization File Size: 86KB. 2 Cholesky Factorization Deﬁnition A complex matrix A ∈ C m× is has a Cholesky factorization if A = R∗R where R is a upper-triangular matrix Theorem Every hermitian positive deﬁnite matrix A has a unique Cholesky factorization. Proof: From the File Size: KB.

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Get this from a library. Efficient multitasking of Choleski matrix factorization on CRAY supercomputers. [Andrea L Overman; Eugene L Poole; United States.

National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Office.]. Efficient Multitasking of Choleski Matrix Factorization on Cray Supercomputers by National Aeronautics and Space Adm Nasa Author: National Aeronautics and Space Adm Nasa Published Date: 02 Nov Efficient Multitasking of Choleski Matrix Factorization on CRAY September Supercomputers 7.

Author(s) Andrea L. Overman and Eugene L. Poole 9. Performing Organization Name and Address NASA Langley Research Center Hampton, VA Sponsoring Agency Name and Address National Aeronautics and Space Administration Washington, DC 6.

Efficient multitasking of Choleski matrix factoriztion on CRAY supercomputers / By Andrea L. Overman, Eugene L. Poole and Langley Research Center.

Cray computers., Factorization (Mathematics). A Choleski method is described and used to solve linear systems of equations that arise in large scale structural analysis. The method uses a novel variable-band storage scheme and is structured to exploit fast local memory caches while minimizing data access delays between main memory and vector registers.

Several parallel implementations of this method are described for the CRAY-2 and CRAY Y Cited by: 1. Reviewer: Andrew Donald Booth The problem of solving sparse matrix problems on RISC workstations is considered in this interesting paper. The authors point out that recent technological advances make the use of desktop devices, if not timewise competitive with Cray-type supercomputers, at least a reasonable : RothbergEdward, GuptaAnoop.

Efficient Methods for Out-of-Core Sparse Cholesky Factorization Edward Rothberg*, Robert Schreiber Compiler and Architecture Research HPL June, sparse matrix, memory hierarchy, Cholesky factorization We consider the problems of sparse Cholesky factorization with limited main memory.

The goal is to efficiently factor. Efficient multitasking of Choleski matrix factorization on CRAY supercomputers been done on fast and efficient linear solving algorithms for large, potentially illconditioned systems.

Despite the extreme simplicity of POOCLAPACK, the out-of-core Cholesky factorization implementation is shown to achieve up to 80% of peak performance on a 64 node configuration of the Cray.

Generating random variables with given variance-covariance matrix can be useful for many purposes. For example it is useful for generating random intercepts and slopes with given correlations when simulating a multilevel, or mixed-effects, model (e.g.

see here).This can be achieved efficiently with the Choleski linear algebra the factorization or decomposition of a matrix. This paper presents a parallel sparse Cholesky factorization algorithm for shared-memory MIMD multiprocessors.

The algorithm is particularly well suited for vector supercomputers with multiple processors, such as the Cray Y-MP. The new algorithm is a straightforward parallelization of the left-looking supernodal sparse Cholesky factorization by: We propose an incomplete Cholesky factorization for the solution of large positive definite systems of equations and for the solution of large-scale trust region sub problems.

The factorization proposed essentially reduces the negative processes of irregular distribution and accumulation of errors in factor matrix and provides the optimal rate Cited by: 1. Theorem 4. Cholesky Factorization Theorem Given a SPD matrix A there exists a lower triangular matrix L such that A = LLT.

The lower triangular matrix L is known as the Cholesky factor and LLT is known as the Cholesky factorization of A. It is unique if the diagonal elements of L File Size: KB.

Choleski Solvers for computational structural analysis both the vector and parallel processing capabilities of CRAY supercomputers are briefly discussed. CRA Y hardware The CRAY-2 and the CRAY Y-MP are both shared memory multiprocessor computers which have a maximum of four and eight central processing units (CPUs), by: 5.

LU-Factorization, and Cholesky Factorization Gaussian Elimination and LU-Factorization Let A beann×n matrix, let b ∈ Rn beann-dimensional vector and assume that A is invertible. Our goal is to solve the system Ax = is assumed to be invertible, we know that this system has a unique solution, x = A−1b.

() Multitasking for Local Parallelism in Applications To Chemically Reacting Supersonic Flows On Cray Y-Mp. The International Journal of Supercomputing Applications() Performance of parallel Cholesky factorization algorithms using by: 2.

Felippa, "Solution of linear equations with sky- line-stored symmetric matrix," Computers and Struc- tures 5, (). Overman and E. Poole, "Efficient multi- tasking of Choleski matrix factorization on CRAY supercomputers," NASA Technical Memorandumby: 3. The Cholesky factorization of B allows us to eﬃciently solve the correction equations Bz = r.

This chapter explains the principles behind the factorization of sparse symmetric positive deﬁnite matrices. The Cholesky Factorization We ﬁrst show that the Cholesky factorization A = LLT of a sym-metric positive-deﬁnite (spd) matrix A File Size: KB.

Abstract. An efficient sparse LU factorization algorithm on popular shared memory multiprocessors is presented. Interprocess communication is critically important on these architectures—the algorithm introduces O(n) synchronization events only.

No global barrier is used and a completely asynchronous scheduling scheme is one central point of the by: solveAx = b withA apositivedeﬁniten n matrix Algorithm factorA asA = RTR solveRTRx = b – solveRTy = b byforwardsubstitution – solveRx = y bybacksubstitution Complexity:„1š3”n3 +2n2 ˇ„1š3”n3 ﬂops factorization:„1š3”n3 forwardandbackwardsubstitution:2n2 Choleskyfactorization File Size: KB.

The QR and Cholesky Factorizations § Least Squares Fitting § The QR Factorization § The Cholesky Factorization § High-Performance Cholesky The solutionof overdetermined systems oflinear equations is central to computational science.

If there are more equations than unknowns in Ax = b, then we must lower our aim and be contentFile Size: KB.When Cholesky factorization is implemented, only half of the matrix being operated on needs to be represented explicitly.

This simplification allows half of the arithmetic to be avoided. A formal statement of the algorithm (only one of many possibilities) is given below.In linear algebra, a matrix decomposition or matrix factorization is a factorization of a matrix into a product of matrices.

There are many different matrix decompositions. One of them is Cholesky Decomposition. The Cholesky decomposition or Cholesky factorization is a decomposition of a Hermitian, positive-definite matrix into the product of a lower triangular matrix and its conjugate .