Solving Systems of Equations
When we discretize boundary value problems for linear (nonlinear) elliptic differential equations, we usually obtain systems of linear (nonlinear) equations with a great many unknowns. The same holds true for the implicit discretization of initial boundary value problems for parabolic differential equations. For all practical purposes, the utility of such a discretization is highly dependent on the effectiveness of the methods for solving systems of equations.
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