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Parallel Quasi-Chebyshev Acceleration to Nonoverlapping Multisplitting Iterative Methods Based on Optimization

Ruiping Wen, Guoyan Meng & Chuanlong Wang

J. Comp. Math., 32 (2014), pp. 284-296.

Published online: 2014-06

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In this paper, we present a parallel quasi-Chebyshev acceleration applied to the nonoverlapping multisplitting iterative method for the linear systems when the coefficient matrix is either an $H$-matrix or a symmetric positive definite matrix. First, $m$ parallel iterations are implemented in $m$ different processors. Second, based on $l_1$-norm or $l_2$-norm, the $m$ optimization models are parallelly treated in $m$ different processors. The convergence theories are established for the parallel quasi-Chebyshev accelerated method. Finally, the numerical examples show that the parallel quasi-Chebyshev technique can significantly accelerate the nonoverlapping multisplitting iterative method.

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Parallel quasi-Chebyshev acceleration, Nonoverlapping multisplitting iterative method, Convergence, Optimization.

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65F10, 65F50, 15A06.

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In this paper, we present a parallel quasi-Chebyshev acceleration applied to the nonoverlapping multisplitting iterative method for the linear systems when the coefficient matrix is either an $H$-matrix or a symmetric positive definite matrix. First, $m$ parallel iterations are implemented in $m$ different processors. Second, based on $l_1$-norm or $l_2$-norm, the $m$ optimization models are parallelly treated in $m$ different processors. The convergence theories are established for the parallel quasi-Chebyshev accelerated method. Finally, the numerical examples show that the parallel quasi-Chebyshev technique can significantly accelerate the nonoverlapping multisplitting iterative method.

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In this paper, we present a parallel quasi-Chebyshev acceleration applied to the nonoverlapping multisplitting iterative method for the linear systems when the coefficient matrix is either an $H$-matrix or a symmetric positive definite matrix. First, $m$ parallel iterations are implemented in $m$ different processors. Second, based on $l_1$-norm or $l_2$-norm, the $m$ optimization models are parallelly treated in $m$ different processors. The convergence theories are established for the parallel quasi-Chebyshev accelerated method. Finally, the numerical examples show that the parallel quasi-Chebyshev technique can significantly accelerate the nonoverlapping multisplitting iterative method.

Ruiping Wen, Guoyan Meng & Chuanlong Wang. (1970). Parallel Quasi-Chebyshev Acceleration to Nonoverlapping Multisplitting Iterative Methods Based on Optimization. Journal of Computational Mathematics. 32 (3). 284-296. doi:10.4208/jcm.1401-CR1
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