DAPPLY_POLY_SDIA (job, p, a, ia, ndim, nz, x, y, ndeg, n)
job integer*4 On entry, defines the operation to be performed: job = 0 : y = inverse(Q) * x job = 1 : y = inverse(transp(Q)) * x where Q is the polynomial preconditioner. On exit, job is unchanged. p real*8 On entry, a one-dimensional array of length at least 3*n that contains information for use by the polynomial preconditioner and workspace. On exit, the part of array P that contains the information related to the polynomial preconditioner is unchanged. The part used as workspace is overwritten. a real*8 On entry, a two-dimensional array with dimensions ndim by nz containing the nonzero elements of the matrix A. On exit, a is unchanged. ia integer*4 On entry, a one-dimensional array of length at least nz, containing the distances of the diagonals from the main diagonal. On exit, ia is unchanged. ndim integer*4 On entry, the leading dimension of array A, as declared in the calling subprogram; ndim >= n. On exit, ndim is unchanged. nz integer*4 On entry, the number of diagonals stored in array A. On exit, nz is unchanged. x real*8 On entry, a one-dimensional array of length at least n, containing the elements of vector x, accessed with unit increment. On exit, x is unchanged. y real*8 On entry, a one-dimensional array of length at least n. On exit, array Y is overwritten by the output vector y. The elements of array Y are accessed with unit increment. ndeg integer*4 On entry, the degree of the polynomial in the polynomial preconditioner. On exit, ndeg is unchanged. n integer*4 On entry, the order of the matrix A. On exit, n is unchanged.
DAPPLY_POLY_SDIA applies the polynomial preconditioner for a sparse matrix stored using the symmetric diagonal storage scheme. The input vector, p, contains information for use by the routine. This vector is generated by a call to the routine DCREATE_POLY_SDIA prior to a call to one of the iterative solvers with polynomial preconditioning. Depending on the value of the input parameter job, DAPPLY_POLY_SDIA operates on either the preconditioning matrix or its transpose. This routine is available in both serial and parallel versions. The routine names and parameter list are identical for both versions. For information about linking to the serial or to the parallel library, refer to the CXML Reference Manual.
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