The Iterative Template Library
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 The Iterative Template Library (ITL) is a generic component library that provides iterative methods for solving linear systems. ITL also provides numerious preconditioners which is for MTL.

ITL uses the abstract interface of matrix-vector, vector-vector, and vector-scalor operations MTL is default to serve those operations. ITL is able to use other packages such as Blitz++ and BLAS with the same abstract interface provided.


The Iterative Template Library is:

Generic, Orthogonal, and Comprehensive:
ITL includes a large number of preconditioners and iterative methods. Users are able to use ITL with their data structures if those data structures need the concepts of algorithms.
Flexible and Extensible:
The ITL interface is designed to allow using other packages conforming to the abstract interface of matrix-vector operations. ITL is able to extend the matrix-free methods without any problems.
High Performance:
The performance of ITL is mainly dependent on the package provides matrix-vector operations. With the default MTL implemention ITL demonstrates performance equal to (and in many cases better than) other fine-tuned Fortran libraries.
ITL is extensively tested on a nightly basis.
ITL is written in ANSI C++ and can be compiled and used on any target platform with an ANSI C++ compiler.
Current Release

Current release of ITL is 4.0.0.

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Author: Andrew Lumsdaine,     Lie-Quan Lee,     Jeremy Siek
Created: July 27, 1998
Modified: Mon 27-Aug-2012 EST
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