Numerical analysis and parallel processing: lectures given at the Lancaster Numerical Analysis Summer School, 1987
Springer-Verlag, 1989 - Computers - 264 pages
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SOLUTION OF SPARSE SYSTEMS OF EQUATIONS
AN INTRODUCTORY SURVEY
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arithmetic operations automatic differentiation binary bits calculation cdiv(j Cholesky factor column column-Cholesky computer arithmetic consider CORDIC data structure defined denote digits double numbers efficient elimination tree equations evaluate example exponent Figure finite element approximation floating-point arithmetic floating-point system follows fraction Gaussian elimination given implementation integral J.A. George Jits large numbers lecture Lemma level-index arithmetic linear elasticity logarithmic distribution machine mantissa matrix mesh modified multiplication multiprocessor mycols nmod[j nonzero Note obtained optimisation overflow parallel algorithm Parallel Computing performed piecewise linear pipeline Poisson problems processors rate of convergence recovered gradient relative error representation result row-Cholesky scheme Section sequence sequential shared-memory sli system Sobolev Sobolev space solution solving sparse sparse matrix step Sterbenz storage stored subdomains subscript superconvergence symmetric Table tasks Tcol(j Theorem triangular Truncated Newton underflow University of Lancaster values vector vertex zero