This example shows how to use hypergraph partitioning methods with hyperedge weights.

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//This file is a self-contained example of creating an Epetra_RowMatrix
//object, and using Isorropia to create a rebalanced copy of it using
//Zoltan's Hypergraph partitioning.
//Hypergraph edge weights are used to influence the repartitioning.

//Include Isorropia_Exception.hpp only because the helper functions at
//the bottom of this file (which create the epetra objects) can
//potentially throw exceptions.
#include <Isorropia_Exception.hpp>

//The Isorropia symbols being demonstrated are declared
//in these headers:
#include <Isorropia_Epetra.hpp>
#include <Isorropia_EpetraCostDescriber.hpp>
#include <Isorropia_EpetraRedistributor.hpp>
#include <Isorropia_EpetraPartitioner.hpp>

#ifdef HAVE_MPI
#include <mpi.h>

#ifdef HAVE_MPI
#include <Epetra_MpiComm.h>
#include <Epetra_SerialComm.h>
#include <Epetra_Map.h>
#include <Epetra_Vector.h>
#include <Epetra_CrsMatrix.h>
#include <Epetra_LinearProblem.h>

#include "ispatest_lbeval_utils.hpp"

//Declaration for helper-function that creates epetra rowmatrix objects. This
//function is implemented at the bottom of this file.
Teuchos::RCP<const Epetra_RowMatrix>
  create_epetra_rowmatrix(int numProcs,
                          int localProc,
                          int local_n);

int main(int argc, char** argv) {
#if defined(HAVE_MPI) && defined(HAVE_EPETRA)

  int p, numProcs = 1;
  int localProc = 0;

  //first, set up our MPI environment...
  MPI_Init(&argc, &argv);
  MPI_Comm_rank(MPI_COMM_WORLD, &localProc);
  MPI_Comm_size(MPI_COMM_WORLD, &numProcs);

  int local_n = 1200;

  //Create a Epetra_RowMatrix object.

  Teuchos::RCP<const Epetra_RowMatrix> rowmatrix;
  try {
    rowmatrix = create_epetra_rowmatrix(numProcs, localProc, local_n);
  catch(std::exception& exc) {
    std::cout << "vert_weights example: create_epetra_rowmatrix threw"
         << " exception '" << exc.what() << "' on proc "
         << localProc << std::endl;

  //We'll need a Teuchos::ParameterList object to pass to the
  //Isorropia::Epetra::Partitioner class.
  Teuchos::ParameterList paramlist;

  // If Zoltan is available, we'll specify that the Zoltan package be
  // used for the partitioning operation, by creating a parameter
  // sublist named "Zoltan".
  // In the sublist, we'll set parameters that we want sent to Zoltan.
  // (As it turns out, Isorropia selects Zoltan's hypergraph partitioner
  //  by default, so we don't actually need to specify it. But it's
  //  useful for illustration...)

  Teuchos::ParameterList& sublist = paramlist.sublist("Zoltan");
  sublist.set("LB_METHOD", "HYPERGRAPH");
  // If Zoltan is not available, a simple linear partitioner will be
  // used to partition such that the number of nonzeros is equal (or
  // close to equal) on each processor. No parameter is necessary to
  // specify this.

  //Now we're going to create a Epetra_Vector with weights to
  //be used as hypergraph edge weights in the repartitioning operation.
  // We think of the rows as vertices of the hypergraph, and the columns
  // as hyperedges.  Our row matrix is square, so we can use the
  // the row map to indicate how the column weights should be
  // distributed.

  Teuchos::RCP<Epetra_Vector> hge_weights =
    Teuchos::rcp(new Epetra_Vector(rowmatrix->RowMatrixRowMap()));

  double* vals = hge_weights->Values();
  const Epetra_BlockMap& map = rowmatrix->RowMatrixRowMap();
  int num = map.NumMyElements();

  //For this demo, we'll assign the weights to be elem+1, where 'elem' is
  //the global-id of the corresponding row. (If we don't use +1, zoltan
  //complains that the first one has a zero weight.)

  //Using these linearly-increasing weights should cause the partitioner
  //to put an UN-EQUAL number of rows on each processor...
  for(int i=0; i<num; ++i) {
    vals[i] = 1.0*(map.GID(i)+1);

  Teuchos::RCP<Isorropia::Epetra::CostDescriber> costs =
    Teuchos::rcp(new Isorropia::Epetra::CostDescriber);


  //Now create the partitioner

  Teuchos::RCP<Isorropia::Epetra::Partitioner> partitioner =
    Teuchos::rcp(new Isorropia::Epetra::Partitioner(rowmatrix, costs, paramlist));

  //Next create a Redistributor object and use it to create a repartitioned
  //copy of the matrix.

  Isorropia::Epetra::Redistributor rd(partitioner);

  Teuchos::RCP<Epetra_CrsMatrix> bal_matrix;

  //Use a try-catch block because Isorropia will throw an exception
  //if it encounters an error.

  if (localProc == 0) {
    std::cout << " calling Isorropia::Epetra::Redistributor::redistribute..."
        << std::endl;

  try {
    bal_matrix = rd.redistribute(*rowmatrix);
  catch(std::exception& exc) {
    std::cout << "linsys example: Isorropia::Epetra::Redistributor threw "
         << "exception '" << exc.what() << "' on proc "
         << localProc << std::endl;

  // Results

  double goalWeight = 1.0 / (double)numProcs; 
  double bal0, bal1, cutn0, cutn1, cutl0, cutl1;

  // Balance and cut quality before partitioning

  ispatest::compute_hypergraph_metrics(*rowmatrix, *costs, goalWeight,
                     bal0, cutn0, cutl0);

  // Balance and cut quality after partitioning

  Teuchos::RCP<Epetra_Vector> new_weights = rd.redistribute(*hge_weights);
  Isorropia::Epetra::CostDescriber new_costs;

  ispatest::compute_hypergraph_metrics(*bal_matrix, new_costs, goalWeight,
                     bal1, cutn1, cutl1);

  if (localProc == 0){
    std::cout << "Before partitioning: ";
    std::cout << "Balance " << bal0 << " cutN " << cutn0 << " cutL " << cutl0;
    std::cout << std::endl;

    std::cout << "After partitioning:  ";
    std::cout << "Balance " << bal1 << " cutN " << cutn1 << " cutL " << cutl1;
    std::cout << std::endl;


  std::cout << "vert_weights: must have both MPI and EPETRA. Make sure "
    << "Trilinos is configured with --enable-mpi and --enable-epetra."
     << std::endl;


//Below is the implementation of the helper-function that creates the
//epetra rowmatrix for use in the above example program.

#if defined(HAVE_MPI) && defined(HAVE_EPETRA)

Teuchos::RCP<const Epetra_RowMatrix>
 create_epetra_rowmatrix(int numProcs,
                         int localProc,
                         int local_n)
  if (localProc == 0) {
    std::cout << " creating Epetra_CrsMatrix with even row-distribution..."
            << std::endl;

  //create an Epetra_CrsMatrix with rows spread evenly over

  Epetra_MpiComm comm(MPI_COMM_WORLD);
  int global_num_rows = numProcs*local_n;

  Epetra_Map rowmap(global_num_rows, local_n, 0, comm);

  int nnz_per_row = 9;
  Teuchos::RCP<Epetra_CrsMatrix> matrix =
    Teuchos::rcp(new Epetra_CrsMatrix(Copy, rowmap, nnz_per_row));

  // Add  rows one-at-a-time
  double negOne = -1.0;
  double posTwo = 4.0;
  for (int i=0; i<local_n; i++) {
    int GlobalRow = matrix->GRID(i);
    int RowLess1 = GlobalRow - 1;
    int RowPlus1 = GlobalRow + 1;
    int RowLess2 = GlobalRow - 2;
    int RowPlus2 = GlobalRow + 2;
    int RowLess3 = GlobalRow - 3;
    int RowPlus3 = GlobalRow + 3;
    int RowLess4 = GlobalRow - 4;
    int RowPlus4 = GlobalRow + 4;

    if (RowLess4>=0) {
      matrix->InsertGlobalValues(GlobalRow, 1, &negOne, &RowLess4);
    if (RowLess3>=0) {
      matrix->InsertGlobalValues(GlobalRow, 1, &negOne, &RowLess3);
    if (RowLess2>=0) {
      matrix->InsertGlobalValues(GlobalRow, 1, &negOne, &RowLess2);
    if (RowLess1>=0) {
      matrix->InsertGlobalValues(GlobalRow, 1, &negOne, &RowLess1);
    if (RowPlus1<global_num_rows) {
      matrix->InsertGlobalValues(GlobalRow, 1, &negOne, &RowPlus1);
    if (RowPlus2<global_num_rows) {
      matrix->InsertGlobalValues(GlobalRow, 1, &negOne, &RowPlus2);
    if (RowPlus3<global_num_rows) {
      matrix->InsertGlobalValues(GlobalRow, 1, &negOne, &RowPlus3);
    if (RowPlus4<global_num_rows) {
      matrix->InsertGlobalValues(GlobalRow, 1, &negOne, &RowPlus4);

    matrix->InsertGlobalValues(GlobalRow, 1, &posTwo, &GlobalRow);

  int err = matrix->FillComplete();
  if (err != 0) {
    throw Isorropia::Exception("create_epetra_matrix: error in matrix.FillComplete()");