Panua-Pardiso 8.0 was released in February 2023. It contains full support of multi-threaded Schur-complement computations, parallel selected inversion, incremental updates, and many others accelerations. Some of the new features have been used, e.g., in the following papers:
- D. Pasadakis, M. Bollhöfer, and O. Schenk, Sparse quadratic approximation for graph learning, IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, vol. 45, no. 9, pp. 11256-11269, 2023.
- A. Eftekhari, D. Pasadakis, M. Bollhöfer, S. Scheidegger, and O. Schenk,, Block-enhanced precision matrix estimation for large-scale datasets, Journal of Computational Science, Volume 53, 2021.
- M. Bollhöfer, O. Schenk , R. Janalik, S. Hamm, K. Gullapalli, State-of-the-art sparse direct solvers, Parallel Algorithms in Computational Science and Engineering. Modeling and Simulation in Science, Engineering and Technology, 1-32, Birkhäuser, 2020.
Additional publications related to Pardiso are available on the webpage of the research group of Prof. Olaf Schenk, Advanced Computing Laboratory, Institute of Computing, USI Lugano, Switzerland.
Important: Please note that the Intel MKL version of Pardiso is based on our version from 2006 and that a lot of new features and improvements of Pardiso are not available in the Intel MKL library.