Wednesday, October 9
10:45 AM
Bay 1B Room

Poster Session

The Poster Session will run for two days - Wednesday and Thursday. Set-up time 7:30 AM on Wednesday. Grand opening 10:45 AM on Wednesday. Session will close at 3:15 PM Thursday. Any poster display left on the poster board after 3:15 PM will be discarded.

The Program Committee plans to give an award to the two best poster presentations.

Iterative Methods for Solving Large, Sparse, and Nonsingular Linear Systems
Changjun Li, Baojia Li, and D.J. Evans, Northeastern University, People's Republic of China
Parallelism in Multifrontal Methods for Matrices with Unsymmetric Structures
Patrick R. Amestoy, ENSEEIHT-IRIT, France; Timothy A. Davis, University of Florida, Gainesville; Iain S. Duff, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, United Kingdom and CERFACS, France; and Steven M. Hadfield, USAF Academy, Colorado
Computing the Sparse Inverse Subset: An Inverse Multifrontal Approach
Yogin E. Campbell, Old Dominion University; and Timothy A. Davis, University of Florida, Gainesville
A Comparison of the Lanczos and Arnoldi Methods
David Day, Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque
Direct Linear Solver for Vector and Parallel Computer
Friedrich Grund, Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics, Germany
A Comparison of Grid Orderings
Paul Fischer and Neil Miller, Brown University
New Parallel Algorithms for Solving Tri-Diagonal Systems
Anshul Gupta and Fred Gustavson, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center
Solving Large-Scale Linear Programs by Interior-Point Methods Under the MATLAB Environment
Yin Zhang, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Experiments with Dsets, a New Storage Scheme for Sparse Matrices
Michel Bercovier and Ami Marowka, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
The Disjoint Sets (Dsets), A New Optimal Storage Scheme for Sparse Matrices in Parallel Applications
Arie L. Schlesinger, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Correlation Between ILU Ordering and MMD Pre-Ordering
Robert Crone, International Business Machines Corporation, Rochester, Minnesota
Parallel Sparse Triangular Solve on Large Finite Element Calculations
Shi-Pin Ho, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, Republic of China
Abstract Data Types for High-Performance Sparse Matrix Computations
Yan Lin, Andrew Lumsdaine, and Kaixiang Zhong, University of Notre Dame
On the Generation and Manipulation of Unstructured Grid Connectivities Using Sparse Matrix Methods
Robert J. Cochran, Mark A. Christon, and Bennie F. Blackwell, Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque
LU Factorization of Non-Standard Forms and Direct Multiresolution Solvers
David L. Gines, G. Beylkin, and J. Dunn, University of Colorado, Boulder
Extended Krylov Subspaces: Approximation of the Matrix Square Root and Related Functions
Vladimir Druskin, Schlumberger-Doll Research, Ridgefield, Connecticut and Leonid Knizhnerman, Central Geophysical Expedition, Russia
Sparse Cholesky Factorization and Automatic Differentiation: A Survey of New Applications in Statistics
Stephen P. Smith, EA Engineering, Science, and Technology Lafayette, CA

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