Krylov Subspace Iterations for Sparse Linear Systems

  • Are Magnus Bruaset

Abstract

This chapter is concerned with efficient methods for iterative solution of large sparse systems of linear equations, typically derived from the discretization of an elliptic boundary value problem. In particular, attention is given to the family of Krylov subspace methods, as well as to several preconditioning strategies that are suitable for improving the convergence rates of such iterations.

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  • Are Magnus Bruaset
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  1. 1.SINTEFBlindern, OsloNorway

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