Computer technology for solving large scale matrix problems Article

Joukov, OD, Rishe, ND. (2003). Computer technology for solving large scale matrix problems . EURO-PAR 2011 PARALLEL PROCESSING, PT 1, 2667 848-854. 10.1007/3-540-44839-x_89

cited authors

  • Joukov, OD; Rishe, ND



  • In this paper it is shown a possibility of creating efficient computing technology for solving matrix-vector-based scientific, engineering, economic, and other problems. It is based on using the new class of hypercomplex systems opened by W.F. Hamilton but formed by a procedure which is different from the procedure proposed by his followers. This method allows, for example, to reduce multiplication/summation of two large size matrixes/vectors to multiplication/summation of only two whole numbers and, in general, to use a single real number as an operand instead of matrix/vector. Transforming matrices and vectors into whole numbers can be performed on the basis of parallel massive/multiprocessor systems. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2003.

publication date

  • January 1, 2003

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start page

  • 848

end page

  • 854


  • 2667