The object of the SSI project is the development of basic libraries
for large scale scientific simulations which have been developed
separately in each field, and its integration into a scalable software
infrastructure. The components include a scalable iterative solvers
library Lis, having a number of solvers, preconditioners, and matrix
storage formats that are flexibly combinable, a fast Fourier transform
library FFTSS for various superscalar architectures with SIMD
instructions, which outperforms some vendor-provided FFT libraries,
and a language- and computing environment-independent matrix
computation framework SILC.
Lis is a library of scalable iterative solvers for linear systems. It supports
a wide range of iterative solvers, preconditioners, and storage formats,
for both serial and parallel programming environments.
FFTSS is a library for fast Fourier transorms which supports various
computer architectures. It consists a large set of high performance
kernel routines to be automatically selected and tuned to construct
plans for each computing environment.
SILC is an application framework that allows users to make use of matrix
computation libraries independently of particular computing environments
and programming languages. Using SILC, users can easily make use of
alternative solvers and matrix storage formats, possibly of different
libraries, without modifications in user programs.
Please feel free to send comments and requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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