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The "20 y.o. Scotch" edition, aka version 6.0, is out !

Francois PELLEGRINI - 2012-12-01 23:49 - Scotch

20 years ago, the first line of Scotch was written !

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Scotch 5.1.12 is out!

Francois PELLEGRINI - 2011-09-01 00:50 - Scotch

Release 5.1.12 is mainly a bugfix release. In particular, load balance enforcement has been improved for parallel graph partitioning. It also comprises some new features : # The clustering features of Scotch and PT-Scotch are now available through the '-q' option of command line programs dgmap, dgpart, gmap and gpart. # Strategy string building helper routines are also available for clustering in the libScotch library. # Some internal graph handling routines have been exposed in the interface, such as for graph coarsening.

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Scotch 5.1.11 is out!

Francois PELLEGRINI - 2010-12-10 07:07 - Scotch

We announce the release, as libre/free software, of revision 5.1.11 of the SCOTCH and PT-SCOTCH software package and library for sequential and

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Scotch 5.1.10 is out and breaks the "32-bit" barrier

Francois PELLEGRINI - 2010-09-02 08:40 - Scotch

Scotch and PT-Scotch are now fully 64-bit. PT-Scotch 5.1.10 has been able to bipartition a graph of more than 2.4 billion vertices, distributed across 2048 processors, on machine Platine of French CCRT computer center, in a bit more than a minute. Weak scalability experiments were carried out up to 8192 processors on machine Hera at LLNL.

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Scotch 5.1.9 is out!

Francois PELLEGRINI - 2010-07-02 22:55 - Scotch

Release 5.1.9 brings several new features and improvements: # ability to compile the lib(PT-)Scotch as a dynamic library; # extended definition of the "tree-leaf" target architecture modelling hierarchical machines; # improved algorithms to perform static mapping on 2D and 3D mesh and torus architectures; # no more conflicts between the libScotch parser and other parsers; # availability of version number defines; # minor bugfixes.

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