LinearSolve.jl is a unified interface for the linear solving packages of Julia. It interfaces with other packages of the Julia ecosystem to make it easy to test alternative solver packages and pass small types to control algorithm swapping. It also interfaces with the ModelingToolkit.jl world of symbolic modeling to allow for automatically generating high-performance code.
Performance is key: the current methods are made to be highly performant on scalar and statically sized small problems, with options for large-scale systems. If you run into any performance issues, please file an issue.
To install LinearSolve.jl, use the Julia package manager:
using Pkg Pkg.add("LinearSolve")
- Please refer to the SciML ColPrac: Contributor's Guide on Collaborative Practices for Community Packages for guidance on PRs, issues, and other matters relating to contributing to ModelingToolkit.
- There are a few community forums:
Wrappers for every linear solver in the Julia language is on the roadmap. If there are any important ones that are missing that you would like to see added, please open an issue. The current algorithms should support automatic differentiation. Pre-defined preconditioners would be a welcome addition.