How to cite us

If you use Elemental in your research, we would appreciate an appropriate level of citation. A few different common scenarios are outlined below:

Elemental as a package

  • J. Poulson, B. Marker, R. van de Geijn, J. Hammond, and N. Romero (2013). Elemental: A new framework for distributed memory dense matrix computations, ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software. [doi:10.1145/2427023.2427030]

Elemental’s pseudospectra and triangular eigensolver support

  • T. Moon and J. Poulson (2016). Accelerating eigenvector and pseudospectra computation using blocked multi-shift triangular solves, [arXiv:1607.01477,].

Elemental’s Hermitian eigensolvers

  • M. Petschow, E. Peise, and P. Bientinesi (2013). High-performance solver for dense Hermitian eigenproblems, SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing. [doi:10.1137/110848803] [arXiv:1205.2107]

Elemental’s sparse-direct solvers

A fairly complete list is available both at the bottom of this page and in BibTeX format.

Bibliography

Publications

  • J. Poulson, B. Marker, R. A. v. d. Geijn, J. R. Hammond and N. A. Romero (2013). Elemental: A new framework for distributed memory dense matrix computations, ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software, 39(2), pp. 13:1-13:24, [doi:10.1145/2427023.2427030].
  • T. Moon and J. Poulson (2016). Accelerating eigenvector and pseudospectra computation using blocked multi-shift triangular solves, [arXiv:1607.01477,].
  • M. Petschow, E. Peise and P. Bientinesi (2013). High-performance solvers for dense Hermitian eigenproblems, SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing, 35(1), pp. C1-C22, [doi:10.1137/110848803].
  • J. Poulson, B. Engquist, S. Li and L. Ying (2013). A parallel sweeping preconditioner for heterogeneous 3D Helmholtz equations, SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing, 35(3), pp. C194-C212, [doi:10.1137/120871985].
  • B. Marker, E. Chan, J. Poulson, R. v. d. Geijn, R. F. v. d. Wijngaart, T. G. Mattson and T. E. Kubaska (2012). Programming many-core architectures - a case study: dense matrix computations on the Intel single-chip cloud computer processor, Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience, 24(12), pp. 1317-1333, [doi:10.1002/cpe.1832].