Thus the parallelization of this operation can proceed as a sequence of rank-1 updates, with the vectors y and x equal to the appropriate column and row of matrices A and B , respectively.
This time, the parallelization of the operation can proceed as a sequence of matrix-vector multiplications, with the vectors y and x equal to the appropriate column and row of matrices C and B , respectively.
The matrix-vector multiplication schemes described earlier can be easily adjusted to accommodate for this special case.
Thus the parallelization of this operation can proceed as a sequence of rank-1 updates, with the vectors y and x equal to the appropriate row and column of matrices A and B , respectively. However, notice that the required spreading of vectors is quite different, requiring the spreading of a matrix row within rows of nodes and a matrix column within columns of nodes. It should be noted that without the observations made in Section 1.4.2 about spreading matrix rows and columns by first redistributing like the inducing vector distribution, this operation is by no means trivial when the mesh of nodes is non-square.