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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Matrix multiplication is one of the most common numerical operations, especially in the area of dense linear algebra, where it forms the core of many important algorithms, including solvers of linear systems of equations, least square problems, and singular and eigenvalue computations. The STI CELL processor exceeds the capabilities of any other processor available today in terms of peak single precision, floating point performance. In order to fully exploit the potential of the CELL processordoi:10.1007/978-3-540-69384-0_98 fatcat:3a55zr7pbrggfpimqutyeanrse