Some questions about the difference between the out-of-core(OOC) and in-core(IC) mode of Pardiso

Some questions about the difference between the out-of-core(OOC) and in-core(IC) mode of Pardiso

Hi,

how PARDISO organizes its computations and memory storage, especially if there are differences between the in-core and out-of-core modes of operation. Does PARDISO do anything in the way it structures its data structures or storage to minimize the amount of reading to and writing from disk? Or are the algorithms exactly the same, and rather than the matrices being stored in RAM they're simply swapped out to disk?

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