Iterative Krylov methods for large linear systems

. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge; New York, (2003)


"The emphasis is on the main ideas and how they have led to efficient solvers such as CG, GMRES, and Bi-CGSTAB. The book also explains the main concepts behind the construction of preconditioners. The reader is encouraged to gain experience by analysing numerous examples that illustrate how best to exploit the methods. The book also hints at many open problems and as such it will appeal to established researchers. There are many exercises that motivate the material and help students to understand the essential steps in the analysis and construction of algorithms."--Jacket.


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