Mr Suman Baral (Baylor University)
Lattice QCD calculations of quark loop operators are extremely time-consuming to evaluate. To calculate these diagrams we use stochastic noise methods, which employ a randomly generated set of noise vectors to project out physical signals. This is done with linear equation solvers like GMRES-DR (Generalized Minimum RESidual algorithm-Deﬂated and Restarted) for the ﬁrst noise, and GMRES-Proj (similar algorithm projected over eigenvectors) for remaining noises. In this context, we are attempting to employ matrix deﬂation algorithms to reduce statistical uncertainty in these time-consuming lattice calculations. In addition, we are developing noise suppression algorithms using polynomial subtraction techniques, as well as combining deﬂation and polynomial methods in an original way.