ST_TO_CC is a C library which converts information describing a sparse matrix from sparse triplet (ST) format to compressed column storage (CC).
The computer code and data files made available on this web page are distributed under the GNU LGPL license.
ST_TO_CC is available in a C version and a C++ version and a FORTRAN77 version and a FORTRAN90 version and a MATLAB version.
CC, a data directory which contains examples of the Compressed Column (CC) sparse matrix file format;
CC_IO, a C library which reads and writes sparse linear systems stored in the Compressed Column (CC) format.
CC_TO_ST, a C library which converts a sparse matrix from compressed column (CC) to sparse triple (ST) format.
HBSMC, a dataset directory which contains the Harwell Boeing Sparse Matrix Collection;
LINPLUS, a C library which carries out operations such as matrix-vector products, matrix factorization, linear solvers including Gauss-elimination, Jacobi iteration, Gauss-Seidel iteration, Conjugate Gradient (CG), for matrices in a variety of formats, including banded, border-banded, circulant, lower triangular, pentadiagonal, sparse, symmetric, toeplitz, tridiagonal, upper triangular and vandermonde formats.
ST, a data directory which contains examples of the Sparse Triplet (ST) format, a sparse matrix file format, storing just (I,J,A(I,J)), and using zero-based indexing.
ST_IO, a C library which reads and writes sparse linear systems stored in the ST "sparse triplet" Sparse Matrix format.
SUPERLU, C programs which illustrate how to the SUPERLU library, which applies a fast direct solution method to solve sparse linear systems, by James Demmel, John Gilbert, and Xiaoye Li.
UMFPACK, C programs which illustrate how to solve a sparse linear system by calling the C library UMFPACK, by Timothy Davis.
WATHEN, a C library which compares storage schemes (full, banded, sparse triplet) and solution strategies (Linpack full, Linpack banded, conjugate gradient (CG)) for linear systems involving the Wathen matrix, which can arise when solving a problem using the finite element method (FEM).
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