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Section: New Software and Platforms

MAPHYS

Massively Parallel Hybrid Solver

Keyword: Parallel hybrid direct/iterative solution of large linear systems

Functional Description: MaPHyS is a software package that implements a parallel linear solver coupling direct and iterative approaches. The underlying idea is to apply to general unstructured linear systems domain decomposition ideas developed for the solution of linear systems arising from PDEs. The interface problem, associated with the so called Schur complement system, is solved using a block preconditioner with overlap between the blocks that is referred to as Algebraic Additive Schwarz. A fully algebraic coarse space is available for symmetric positive definite problems, that insures the numerical scalability of the preconditioner.

The parallel implementation is based on MPI+thread. Maphys relies on state-of-the art sparse and dense direct solvers.

MaPHyS is essentially a preconditioner that can be used to speed-up the convergence of any Krylov subspace method and is coupled with the ones implemented in the Fabulous package.