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ilut - incomplete LU factorization preconditionner (rheolef-7.2)
solver pa = ilut(a);
ilut is a function that returns the dual threshold incomplete LU factorization preconditionner of its argument as a solver(4). The method is described in Yousef Saad, ILUT: a dual threshold incomplete LU factorization, Numer. Lin. Algebra Appl., 1(4), pp 387-402, 1994.
During the factorization, two dropping rules are used and ilut supports two options: drop_tol (float) Any element whose magnitude is less than some tolerance is dropped. This tolerance is obtained by multiplying the option tolerance drop_tol by the average magnitude of all the original elements in the current row. By default, drop_tol is 1000*epsilon where epsilon is the machine precision associated to the Float_2 type. fill_factor (integer) On each row, after elimination, only the n_fillin largest elements in the L part and the fill largest elements in the U part are kept, in addition to the diagonal elements. The option fill_factor is used to compute n_fillin: n_fillin = (nnz*fill_factor)/n + 1 where n is the matrix size and nnz is its total number of non- zero entires. With fill_factor=1, the incomplete factorization as about the same non- zero entries as the initial matrix. With fill_factor=n, the factorization is complete, up to the dropped elements. By default fill_factor=10.
int fill_factor = 10; double drop_tol = 1e-12; solver pa = ilut (a, fill_factor, drop_tol);
This documentation has been generated from file linalg/lib/ilut.h
Pierre Saramito <Pierre.Saramito@imag.fr>
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