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Iterative Methods for Sparse Linear Systems

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Iterative Methods for Sparse Linear Systems
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Publisher: PWS
ISBN/ASIN: 0898715342

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The book gives an in-depth, up-to-date view of practical algorithms for solving large-scale linear systems of equations. These equations can number in the millions and are sparse in the sense that each involves only a small number of unknowns. The methods described are iterative, i.e., they provide sequences of approximations that will converge to the solution.

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