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Topic: Sparse linear system
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Registered: 5/19/10
Re: Sparse linear system
Posted: May 19, 2010 6:26 AM
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On 19 Mag, 12:07, luca <> wrote:
> Hi,
> suppose i have a matrix M X N  of reals. This matrix is sparse. Every
> row has only 3 non zero values (they are always -1, 2, -1). The M and
> N are on the order of 600-800.
> Is there a fast library (way) to solve a sparse linear system A X = B,
> where the matrix A is of the type defined below??
> I need a library writte in C/C++ that is possibly portable.
> Thank you,
> Luca

Soory, the matrix A has NOT that form. But it is sparse.

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