What is qskeleton?
qskeleton is polyhedral computation software for solving the vertex and facet enumeration problems for convex polyhedra and polyhedral cones, and eliminating variables from systems of linear inequalities. It implements the double description method (DDM) and Fourier-Motzkin elimination (FME) with Chernikov rules.
After a long break, development of qskeleton is continued with a new version incoming, beta expected at early August 2016, stable release by the end of summer 2016. Features include
- support for OpenMP parallelism for multi-core CPUs and Intel Xeon Phi
- various small improvements