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PETSc is an open source suite of data structures and routines for the scalable (parallel) solution of scientific applications modeled by partial differential equations.

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Wherever I have seen, PETSc tutorial/documents etc. say that it is useful for linear algebra and usually specifies that sparse systems will benefit. What about dense matrices? I am concerned about … ) with a little self tuning. How will this compare to PETSc? I know the best answer would be for me to try it myself but because of reasons of time and others, that is not possible. Any help is much appreciated. …
asked Feb 3 '12 by Inquest