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A non-stationary two-dimensional acceleration for the one-dimensional projection method
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APPENDIX 3a converge or not for a given linear system depending on the spectral radius of M (22, p, 13). The Jacobl method results if A= D+ {L+ U) and the Gauss-Seldel method if A = (D + L) + U, where D is a diagonal matrix and L and U are strictly lower and upper triangular matrices, respectively. The Iteration matrix for the Jacobi method is M = -D~^(L + U) and for Gauss-Seidel is M = -(D + L)~^U. Jacobi is a totalstep method in that all components of the solution vector are changed at each

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