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Commit 822789ed authored by Andreas Freise's avatar Andreas Freise

removing another backup file

parent 41ea168a
/* Elimination tree computation and layout routines */
#include <stdio.h>
#ifndef __STDC__
#include <malloc.h>
#endif
#include <stdlib.h>
#include "util.h"
/*
* Implementation of disjoint set union routines.
* Elements are integers in 0..n-1, and the
* names of the sets themselves are of type int.
*
* Calls are:
* initialize_disjoint_sets (n) initial call.
* s = make_set (i) returns a set containing only i.
* s = link (t, u) returns s = t union u, destroying t and u.
* s = find (i) return name of set containing i.
* finalize_disjoint_sets final call.
*
* This implementation uses path compression but not weighted union.
* See Tarjan's book for details.
* John Gilbert, CMI, 1987.
*/
static int *pp; /* parent array for sets */
static
int *mxCallocInt(int n)
{
register int i;
int *buf;
buf = (int *) SUPERLU_MALLOC( n * sizeof(int) );
if ( !buf ) {
printf("SUPERLU_MALLOC failed for buf in mxCallocInt()");
exit (1);
}
for (i = 0; i < n; i++) buf[i] = 0;
return (buf);
}
static
void initialize_disjoint_sets (
int n
)
{
pp = mxCallocInt(n);
}
static
int make_set (
int i
)
{
pp[i] = i;
return i;
}
static
int link (
int s,
int t
)
{
pp[s] = t;
return t;
}
/* PATH HALVING */
static
int find (int i)
{
register int p, gp;
p = pp[i];
gp = pp[p];
while (gp != p) {
pp[i] = gp;
i = gp;
p = pp[i];
gp = pp[p];
}
return (p);
}
#if 0
static
int find (
int i
)
{
if (pp[i] != i)
pp[i] = find (pp[i]);
return pp[i];
}
#endif
static
void finalize_disjoint_sets (
void
)
{
SUPERLU_FREE(pp);
}
/*
* Find the elimination tree for A'*A.
* This uses something similar to Liu's algorithm.
* It runs in time O(nz(A)*log n) and does not form A'*A.
*
* Input:
* Sparse matrix A. Numeric values are ignored, so any
* explicit zeros are treated as nonzero.
* Output:
* Integer array of parents representing the elimination
* tree of the symbolic product A'*A. Each vertex is a
* column of A, and nc means a root of the elimination forest.
*
* John R. Gilbert, Xerox, 10 Dec 1990
* Based on code by JRG dated 1987, 1988, and 1990.
*/
/*
* Nonsymmetric elimination tree
*/
int
sp_coletree(
int *acolst, int *acolend, /* column start and end past 1 */
int *arow, /* row indices of A */
int nr, int nc, /* dimension of A */
int *parent /* parent in elim tree */
)
{
int *root; /* root of subtee of etree */
int *firstcol; /* first nonzero col in each row*/
int rset, cset;
int row, col;
int rroot;
int p;
root = mxCallocInt (nc);
initialize_disjoint_sets (nc);
/* Compute firstcol[row] = first nonzero column in row */
firstcol = mxCallocInt (nr);
for (row = 0; row < nr; firstcol[row++] = nc);
for (col = 0; col < nc; col++)
for (p = acolst[col]; p < acolend[col]; p++) {
row = arow[p];
firstcol[row] = MIN(firstcol[row], col);
}
/* Compute etree by Liu's algorithm for symmetric matrices,
except use (firstcol[r],c) in place of an edge (r,c) of A.
Thus each row clique in A'*A is replaced by a star
centered at its first vertex, which has the same fill. */
for (col = 0; col < nc; col++) {
cset = make_set (col);
root[cset] = col;
parent[col] = nc; /* Matlab */
for (p = acolst[col]; p < acolend[col]; p++) {
row = firstcol[arow[p]];
if (row >= col) continue;
rset = find (row);
rroot = root[rset];
if (rroot != col) {
parent[rroot] = col;
cset = link (cset, rset);
root[cset] = col;
}
}
}
SUPERLU_FREE (root);
SUPERLU_FREE (firstcol);
finalize_disjoint_sets ();
return 0;
}
/*
* q = TreePostorder (n, p);
*
* Postorder a tree.
* Input:
* p is a vector of parent pointers for a forest whose
* vertices are the integers 0 to n-1; p[root]==n.
* Output:
* q is a vector indexed by 0..n-1 such that q[i] is the
* i-th vertex in a postorder numbering of the tree.
*
* ( 2/7/95 modified by X.Li:
* q is a vector indexed by 0:n-1 such that vertex i is the
* q[i]-th vertex in a postorder numbering of the tree.
* That is, this is the inverse of the previous q. )
*
* In the child structure, lower-numbered children are represented
* first, so that a tree which is already numbered in postorder
* will not have its order changed.
*
* Written by John Gilbert, Xerox, 10 Dec 1990.
* Based on code written by John Gilbert at CMI in 1987.
*/
static int *first_kid, *next_kid; /* Linked list of children. */
static int *post, postnum;
static
/*
* Depth-first search from vertex v.
*/
void etdfs (
int v
)
{
int w;
for (w = first_kid[v]; w != -1; w = next_kid[w]) {
etdfs (w);
}
/* post[postnum++] = v; in Matlab */
post[v] = postnum++; /* Modified by X.Li on 2/14/95 */
}
/*
* Post order a tree
*/
int *TreePostorder(
int n,
int *parent
)
{
int v, dad;
/* Allocate storage for working arrays and results */
first_kid = mxCallocInt (n+1);
next_kid = mxCallocInt (n+1);
post = mxCallocInt (n+1);
/* Set up structure describing children */
for (v = 0; v <= n; first_kid[v++] = -1);
for (v = n-1; v >= 0; v--) {
dad = parent[v];
next_kid[v] = first_kid[dad];
first_kid[dad] = v;
}
/* Depth-first search from dummy root vertex #n */
postnum = 0;
etdfs (n);
SUPERLU_FREE (first_kid);
SUPERLU_FREE (next_kid);
return post;
}
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