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Hypergrammar Based Parallel Multi-frontal Solver for Grids with Point singularities

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Hypergrammar Based Parallel Multi-frontal Solver for Grids with Point singularities
This paper describes the application of hypergraph grammars to drive a linear computational cost solver for grids with point singularities. Such graph grammar productions are the first mathematical formalisms used to describe solver algorithms, and each indicates the smallest atomic task that can be executed in parallel, which is very useful in the case of parallel execution. In particular, the partial order of execution of graph grammar productions can be found, and the sets of independent graph grammar productions can be localized. They can be scheduled set by set into a shared memory parallel machine. The graphgrammar-based solver has been implemented with NVIDIA CUDA for GPU. Graph grammar productions are accompanied by numerical results for a 2D case. We show that our graph-grammar-based solver with a GPU accelerator is, by order of magnitude, faster than the state-of-the-art MUMPS solver. Keywords hypergraph grammar, direct solver, h adaptive finite element method, NVIDIA CUDA ...
Piotr Gurgul, Maciej Paszynski, Anna Paszynska
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Type Journal
Year 2015
Where AGHCS
Authors Piotr Gurgul, Maciej Paszynski, Anna Paszynska
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