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class of spectral two-level preconditioners

B. Carpentieri

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Published
**2002**
by Rutherford Appleton Laboratory in Chilton
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Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Statement | B. Carpentieria and others. |

Series | Rutherford Appleton Laboratory Technical Report -- RAL-TR-2002-020 |

Contributions | Rutherford Appleton Laboratory., Council For The Central Laboratory of The Research Councils. |

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Open Library | OL19762779M |

A SPECTRAL ANALYSIS OF SUBSPACE ENCHANCED PRECONDITIONERS TAO ZHAO Abstract. It is well-known that the convergence of Krylov subspace methods to solve linear system depends on the spectrum of the coe cient matrix, moreover, it is widely accepted that for both symmetric and unsymmetric systems Krylov subspace methods will converge fast if the. Carpentieri, I.S. Duff, L. Giraud, A class of spectral two-level preconditioners, SIAM J. Scientific Computing 25 (2) () – [5] B. Carpentieri, I.S. Duff, L. Giraud, G. Sylvand, Combining fast multipole techniques and an approximate inverse preconditioner for large parallel electromagnetics calculations, SIAM J. Scientific Computing.

Preconditioning for linear systems. In linear algebra and numerical analysis, a preconditioner of a matrix is a matrix such that − has a smaller condition number is also common to call = − the preconditioner, rather than, since itself is rarely explicitly available. In modern preconditioning, the application of = −, i.e., multiplication of a column vector, or a block of column. A two-level overlapping domain decomposition method is analyzed for a Nedelec spectral element approximation of a model problem appearing in the solution of Maxwell's equations.

The majority of spectral methods for emotion recognition make use of either frame-level or utterance-level features. Frame-level approaches model how emotion is encoded in speech using features sampled at small time intervals (typically 10–20 ms) and classify utterances using either HMMs or by combining predictions from all of the frames. Title: A class of spectral two-level preconditioners: Published in: SIAM: Journal on Scientific Computing, 25(2). Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics.

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Adaptative preconditioning techniques, two-level preconditioners, Krylov methods, spectral correction, low-rank correction, electromagnetic scattering applications AMS Subject Headings 65F10, 65F50, 65F15, 65R20, 65N38Cited by: spectral two-level preconditioners linear system low rank update linear system ax spd case preconditioned system convergence rate left preconditioner last year unsymmetric system argument krylov basis invariant subspace conjugate gradient method right smallest eigenvectors krylov solver preconditioned krylov solver condition number invariant space unsymmetric linear system unsymmetric.

CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): When solving the linear system Ax = b with a Krylov method, the smallest eigenvalues of the matrix A often slow down the convergence. This is usually still the case even after the system has been preconditioned.

Consequently if the smallest eigenvalues of A could be somehow "removed" the convergence would be improved. A Class of Spectral Two-Level Preconditioners Article (PDF Available) in SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 25(2) July with 57 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): When solving the linear system Ax = b with a Krylov method, the smallest eigenvalues of the matrix A often slow down the convergence.

This is usually still the case even after the system has been preconditioned. Consequently if the smallest eigenvalues of A could be somehow “removed ” the convergence would be.

A class of spectral two-level preconditioners B. Carpentieri y I.S. Du z L. Giraud CERFACS Technical Report TR/PA/02/55 Abstract When solving the linear system Ax = b with a Krylov method, the smallest eigenvalues of the matrix A often slow down the convergence.

This is usually still the case even after the sys-tem has been preconditioned. A Class of Spectral Two-Level Preconditioners. By B. Carpentieri, I.S. Duff and L. Giraud. Abstract. When solving the linear system Ax = b with a Krylov method, the smallest eigenvalues of the matrix A often slow down the convergence.

This is usually still the case even after the system has been preconditioned. Consequently if the smallest. A class of spectral two-level preconditioners. By B. Carpentieri, I.

Duff and L. Giraud. Abstract. When solving the linear system Ax = b with a Krylov method, the smallest eigenvalues of the matrix A often slow down the convergence. This is usually still the case even after the system has been preconditioned.

Consequently if the smallest. To address this issue, we present a set of preconditioners for the Schur complement domain decomposition method. They implement a global coupling mechanism, A Class of Spectral Two-Level Preconditioners.

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Search by title, author, illustrator, or keyword using the search box above. A class of spectral two-level preconditioners. By B. Carpentieri, I. Duff, L. Giraud, J. Rioual and Max Mb. Abstract. When solving the linear system Ax = b with a Krylov method, the smallest eigenvalues of the matrix A often slow down the convergence.

In the SPD case, this is clearly highlighted by the bound on the rate of convergence of. Guided Reading Book Lists for Every Level. Help all students become strategic and independent readers who love to read with book lists for Guided Reading Levels A to Z.

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SIAM Journal on Scientific ComputingAbstract | PDF ( KB) () A Class of Preconditioners for Large Indefinite Linear Systems, as By-Product of Krylov Subspace Methods: Part I. SSRN Electronic Journal. A class of spectral two-level preconditioners. By Bruno Carpentieri, Iain S. Duff and Luc Giraud.

Abstract. When solving the linear system Ax = b with a Krylov method, the smallest eigenvalues of the matrix A often slow down the convergence.

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Bergamaschi a E. Facca b Á. A class of spectral two-level preconditioners. SIAM J. Sci. Comput., 25 (2) (), pp. (electronic). Abstract. Given an n × n symmetric positive definite (SPD) matrix A and an SPD preconditioner P, we propose a new class of generalized block tuned (GBT) are defined as a p-rank correction of P with the property that arbitrary (positive) parameters γ 1,γ p are eigenvalues of the preconditioned matrix.

We propose to employ these GBT preconditioners to accelerate. Spectral preconditioners for the efficient numerical solution of a continuous branched transport model.

G IR AU D, A class of spectral two-level preconditioners. A class of spectral two-level preconditioners. SIAM J. Scientific Computing, 25(2), [35] L. Giraud, F. Guevara Vasquez, and R. Tuminaro. Grid transfer operators for highly variable coefficient problems in two-level non-overlapping domain decomposition methods.

Numerical Linear Algebra with Applications,[36]. A survey of recently proposed approaches for the construction of spectral coarse spaces is provided. These coarse spaces are in particular used in two-level preconditioners. The corresponding two-level preconditioner combines traditional and projection-type preconditioners to get rid of the effect of both small and large eigenvalues of the coefficient matrix.Spectral properties of the preconditioned matrix are analyzed in detail.

Furthermore, based on this preconditioner, an improved version of matrix splitting preconditioner is presented and analyzed. Finally, performance of the preconditioners is compared by using GMRES(m) as an iterative solver on linear systems arising from the discretization.The corresponding two-level preconditioner combines traditional and projection-type preconditioners to get rid of the effect of both small and large eigenvalues of the coefficient matrix.

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