A parallel splitting up method and its application to Navier–Stokes equations
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Applied Mathematics Letters 4 (2): 25--29 (1991)

A parallel splitting-up method (or the so celled alternating-direction method) is proposed in this paper. The method not only reduces the original linear and nonlinear problems into a series of one dimensional linear problems, but also enables us to compute all these one dimensional linear problems by parallel processors. Applications of the method to linear parabolic problem, steady state and nonsteady state Navier–Stokes problems are given.
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