[petsc-users] [dev at libelemental.org] Re: The product of two MPIDENSE matrices
Joon Hee Choi
choi240 at purdue.edu
Tue Oct 1 18:09:02 CDT 2013
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jack Poulson" <poulson at stanford.edu>
To: dev at libelemental.org, "Jed Brown" <jedbrown at mcs.anl.gov>
Cc: "Joon Hee Choi" <choi240 at purdue.edu>, "Hong Zhang" <hzhang at mcs.anl.gov>, "PETSc users list" <petsc-users at mcs.anl.gov>
Sent: Tuesday, October 1, 2013 6:15:23 PM
Subject: Re: [dev at libelemental.org] Re: [petsc-users] The product of two MPIDENSE matrices
On 10/01/2013 03:04 PM, S V N Vishwanathan wrote:
>> Hi
>>
>>>> I am wondering whether I can multiply MATELEMENTAL and MATAIJ
>>>> matrices. If I cannot multiply those, could you build the
>>>> multiplication?
>>>
>>> What are the dimensions of the matrices?
>>>
>>> Jack, does Clique support multiplication of sparse matrices with
>>> [MC,MR] dense matrices?
>>
>> The dense matrix is very flat and long (e.g. 10 x few 1000s) and the
>> sparse matrix is also flat and very very long (e.g. few 1000s x few
>> millions). I saw the code which is used to multiply a MPIAIJ matrix with
>> a dense matrix. We need something very similar, but which uses elemental
>> matrices.
>>
>I haven't yet dedicated much time to the sparse matrix-vector
>multiplication (my focus has been on the sparse-direct factorizations
>and triangular solves), but there *is* a routine for forming
> Y := alpha A X + Y,
>where A is a distributed sparse matrix, and Y has each column
>identically distributed over the entire team of processes. This is ideal
>for when Y consists of a few hundred or less vectors.
>You seem to be describing a multiplication of the form
>D2 := D1 S,
>where D1 and D2 are very short dense matrices, and S is sparse. If you
>set A := S', X := D1', and D2 := Y', then your use case is appropriate
>for the above scheme. The implementation (and prototype) is here:
Yes, we have the similar multiplication as the form.
BTW, can we use the multiplication function with the MPIAIJ matrix we created in Petsc? Usually, the parallel matrix is row distributed matrix.
>https://github.com/poulson/Clique/blob/11cdd5cf95a572a5289375873cb2a20d2d141810/include/clique/numeric/multiply.hpp#L16
>Jack
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