Programming with Big Data -- Scalable Linear Algebra Packages

Utilizing scalable linear algebra packages mainly including 'BLACS', 'PBLAS', and 'ScaLAPACK' in double precision via 'pbdMPI' based on 'ScaLAPACK' version 2.0.2.


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pbdSLAP provides scalable linear algebra packages including BLACS, PBLAS, and ScaLAPACK via pbdMPI based on ScaLAPACK version 2.0.2.

Installation

pbdSLAP requires

  • R version 2.14.0 or higher with pbdMPI installed.
  • SUN HPC 8.2.1 (OpenMPI) for Solaris.
  • OpenMPI for Linux.
  • OpenMPI for Mac OS X.
  • MS-MPI for Windows.

For installing pbdSLAP,

  • see "INSTALL" for Solaris, Linux and Mac OS.
  • see "INSTALL.win.*" for Windows.

More information about pbdSLAP can be found in

  1. pbdSLAP vignette at pbdSLAP/inst/doc/pbdSLAP-guide.pdf.
  2. http://r-pbd.org/

Authors

pbdSLAP is authored and maintained by the pbdR core team:

  • Wei-Chen Chen
  • Drew Schmidt
  • George Ostrouchov
  • Pragneshkumar Patel

With additional contributions from:

  • Brian Ripley (Solaris & Mac)

For copyrights on the shipped ScaLAPACK code, see pbdSLAP/inst/ScaLAPACK_LICENSE.txt.

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install.packages("pbdSLAP")

0.2-5 by Wei-Chen Chen, 18 days ago


http://r-pbd.org/


Report a bug at https://github.com/snoweye/pbdSLAP/issues


Browse source code at https://github.com/cran/pbdSLAP


Authors: Wei-Chen Chen [aut, cre] , Drew Schmidt [aut] , George Ostrouchov [aut] , Pragneshkumar Patel [aut] , Brian Ripley [ctb] (Solaris & Mac)


Documentation:   PDF Manual  


Task views: High-Performance and Parallel Computing with R


Mozilla Public License 2.0 license


Depends on methods, rlecuyer, pbdMPI

System requirements: 'OpenMPI' (>= 1.5.4) on Solaris, Linux, Mac, and FreeBSD. 'MS-MPI' (Microsoft HPC Pack 2012 R2 MS-MPI Redistributable Package) on Windows.


Imported by pbdBASE.


See at CRAN