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Old   December 7, 1998, 12:42
Default Seeking a best solver
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Rouboa
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I am seeking for the best iterative solver. Ax=B. A triangular non positive matrix, i tested a lot of classical solvers but i have some problems with a number of itarations. Thanks
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Old   December 14, 1998, 06:04
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Gassan Abdoulaev
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A problem with a triangular matrix can be solved directly with the time proportional to the matrix-vector multiplication time. I don't understand, why should it be solved iteratively. Just for training or testing purposes? Regards ...Gassan.
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Old   December 20, 1998, 05:21
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yun lai
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The AX=B, where A is a triangluar matrix, can be directly solved using 'Blas' matlib or 'lapack' lib, see Intel com's www.
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