An Approach to Overcome Division by Zero in the Interval Gauss Algorithm

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We will discuss some modifications of the interval Gauss algorithm, so that it becomes feasible in a more general setting, particularly for totally non-negative matrices.

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Mayer, J. An Approach to Overcome Division by Zero in the Interval Gauss Algorithm. Reliable Computing 8, 229–237 (2002). https://doi.org/10.1023/A:1015565313636

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Keywords

  • Mathematical Modeling
  • General Setting
  • Computational Mathematic
  • Industrial Mathematic
  • Gauss Algorithm