Zoltan2
Reverse Cuthill-McKee ordering

RCM algorithm

RCM is a serial ordering algorithm for graphs or sparse matrices. The objective is to minimize the bandwidth. This is useful for solvers, e.g. band solvers or incomplete factorizations. The algorithm is based on breadth-first search from a root vertex. The current version finds a pseudoperipheral root (by default), and is similar to the SPARSPAK version described in George & Liu's book.

Input

RCM expects a Zoltan2::GraphModel object. Weights are not yet supported.

Parameters

TODO

Solution

An RCM solution is a permutation, currently given as a list of local ids.

Quality measures

RCM quality is measured by the bandwidth (not yet implemented)

Examples

TODO

Source

Zoltan2_AlgRCM.hpp is the source file for RCB.