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OSKI: Optimized Sparse Kernel Interface

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The Optimized Sparse Kernel Interface (OSKI) Library provides automatically tuned sparse matrix kernels, for use by solver libraries and applications. OSKI is part of the BeBOP project on performance tuning and analysis at U.C. Berkeley. (Go Bears!)

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Developers, Science/Research

Programming Language

C, Fortran

Registered

2005-06-04

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