PETSc version 3.15.4
Creates a sparse matrix representing an adjacency list. The matrix does not have numerical values associated with it, but is intended for ordering (to reduce bandwidth etc) and partitioning.
PetscErrorCode MatCreateMPIAdj(MPI_Comm comm,PetscInt m,PetscInt N,PetscInt *i,PetscInt *j,PetscInt *values,Mat *A)
|comm ||- MPI communicator
|m ||- number of local rows
|N ||- number of global columns
|i ||- the indices into j for the start of each row
|j ||- the column indices for each row (sorted for each row).
The indices in i and j start with zero (NOT with one).
|values ||- [optional] edge weights
This matrix object does not support most matrix operations, include
You must NOT free the ii, values and jj arrays yourself. PETSc will free them
when the matrix is destroyed; you must allocate them with PetscMalloc(). If you
call from Fortran you need not create the arrays with PetscMalloc().
Should not include the matrix diagonals.
If you already have a matrix, you can create its adjacency matrix by a call
to MatConvert, specifying a type of MATMPIADJ.
Possible values for MatSetOption() - MAT_STRUCTURALLY_SYMMETRIC
MatCreate(), MatConvert(), MatGetOrdering()
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