clMAGMA is an OpenCL port of MAGMA, intended for a single GPU. It
supports AMD GPUs. The clMAGMA library dependancies, in particular
optimized GPU OpenCL BLAS and CPU optimized BLAS and LAPACK for AMD
hardware, can be found in the AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing Math Libraries (APPML).
Included in the clMAGMA 1.0 release are routines for the following algorithms:
- LU, QR, and Cholesky factorizations in both real and complex arithmetic (single and double);
- Linear and least squares solvers based on correspondingly the
LU/Cholesky and QR factorizations in both real and complex arithmetic
(single and double);
- Reductions to Hessenberg, bidiagonal, and tridiagonal forms using
orthgonal similarity transformationsin both real and complex arithmetic
(single and double);
- Eigen and singular value problem solvers in both real and complex arithmetic (single and double);
- Orthogonal transformation routines.
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