[petsc-users] Questions On CGS iteration refinement in GMRES

Matthew Knepley knepley at gmail.com
Thu Dec 3 12:35:55 CST 2020

On Thu, Dec 3, 2020 at 11:16 AM 王一甲 <wangyijia at lsec.cc.ac.cn> wrote:

> To any one who it may concern:
> Hi, my name is Wang Yijia from Chinese Academy of Science. Recently I've
> been working on  some sparse linear system baseline tests using PETSc. When
> using gmres methods in KSP, I found that the option
> -ksp_gmres_cgs_refinement refine_always worked well on my sparse linear
> system, however I can not find more about how this process is done in the
> Hessenberg matrix generation(classical Gram-Schmidt process). I am curious
> about how the cgs iteration refinement process work in the whole KSP solve
> stage. I would appreciate it if you could offer some help.
The code is fairly short:




> Yours sincerely
> Wang Yijia
> 2020/12/3

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experiments lead.
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