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PLASMA Installer and Source Code Download

For most users, download the installer package. The manual download of PLASMA source is not needed using the installer. In the event the installer does not fit your needs, a makefile is provided in the PLASMA source.

PLASMA source code version 2.8.0
2015-12-05

Source code for PLASMA libraries.

We strongly recommend to use the latest version of the plasma installer, which will automatically download this package and install all other dependencies if required.

This package contains the following updates:

  • Fix a synchronization problem in STEDC functions
  • Reduce the amount of computation performed in UNGQR/UNGLQD family routines by taking advantage of the Identity structure. It is not anymore required to initialize the Q to identity before calling those functions.
  • New routines PLASMA_[sdcz]lascal[_Tile[_Async]], similar to Scalapack p[sdcz]lascal, to scale a matrix by a constant factor. This function does not handle numerical overflow/underflow as zlascl from Lapack
  • New routines PLASMA_[sdcz]geadd[Tile[_Async]], and PLASMA[sdcz]tradd[_Tile[_Async]], similar to Scalapack p[sdcz]geadd, and p[sdcz]tradd to add two general, or trapezoidal, matrices together.
  • Add functions to the API in order to give the opportunity to users to mix submission to the Quark runtime system of asynchronous Plasma calls and personal kernels
  • Update Lapacke interface to 3.6.0
  • Bug fix on Frobenius norm
  • Add a missing check on descriptors alignment with tiles that may cause unreported trouble to user using sub-descriptors, especially with recursive algorithms.

For further details, view ReleaseNotes.

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PLASMA Installer version 2.8.0
2015-12-05

Python script that downloads and builds the PLASMA libraries.
Separate download of PLASMA source is not required.
View README.

  • Add "make -j" in makefiles to speed up the compilation of libraries
  • Enable the f90 interface by default, and add an option to disable it in case of problem
  • Updated version to use the most recent PLASMA release (2.8.0).
  • Updated version to use the most recent LAPACK/LAPACKE release (3.6.0) required by PLASMA 2.8.0.
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PLASMA source code version 2.7.1
2015-04-27

Source code for PLASMA libraries.

We strongly recommend to use the latest version of the plasma installer, which will automatically download this package and install all other dependencies if required.

This package contains the following updates:

  • A bug fix with an infinite loop in LU recursive panel kernels
  • Update the eztrace module to be compliant with EZTrace 1.0.6
  • Fix the F77 interface to handle Tile descriptor correctly
  • Update the Lapack_to_Tile/Tile_to Lapack routines family to support both in place and out-of-place layout translation

For further details, view ReleaseNotes.

plasma_2.7.1.tar.gz   Download View License



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