SpatialOps

Find the solution to result = inv(mat) * rhsVec with LU decomposition. More...
#include <MatVecOps.h>
Public Types  
typedef FieldVector< FieldT >  RightT 
right operand is a vector  
typedef FieldMatrix< FieldT >  LeftT 
left operand is a matrix  
typedef FieldVector< FieldT >  ResultT 
result is a vector  
typedef FieldT::value_type  ValT 
underlying data type, double by default  
Static Public Member Functions  
static void  cpu_launch (ResultT *const result, const LeftT &mat, const RightT &vec) 
this method is the interface to receive needed pointers More...  
static void  gpu_launch (ResultT *const result, const LeftT &mat, const RightT &vec) 
this method is the interface to receive needed pointers More...  
Find the solution to result = inv(mat) * rhsVec with LU decomposition.
This operator finds the solution vector, x, in the linear equation A; stated differently, we find the solution of x = inv(A) *b with LU decomposition, we never actually compute inv(A) explicitly (except on GPU). This operation is performed using an external library, currently cublas, boost::ublas or Eigen, which is an option in the makefile. More info included at the operate method.
Definition at line 706 of file MatVecOps.h.

static 
this method is the interface to receive needed pointers
result  ResultT* const the vector "x" in Ax=b 
mat  const LeftT& the "A" matrix in Ax=b 
vec  const RightT& the vector "b" in Ax=b 
This method provides the operator with the pointers to the elements in both the right and left hand side. Because we are using an external library, we schedule multicore execution using our thread pool directly. The operate method is called on each available thread and the actual calculation is performed there.
Definition at line 1358 of file MatVecOps.h.
References SpatialOps::ThreadPoolFIFO::self(), and SpatialOps::Semaphore::wait().

static 
this method is the interface to receive needed pointers
result  ResultT* const the vector "x" in Ax=b 
mat  const LeftT& the "A" matrix in Ax=b 
vec  const RightT& the vector "b" in Ax=b 
This method provides the operator with the pointers to the elements in both the right and left hand side.
Definition at line 1345 of file MatVecOps.h.