Evans, David J. and Megson, Graham M. (1989) Systolic preconditioning algorithms for the jacobi iterative solution of sparse linear systems. In: Wolf, Gottfried and Legendi, Tamás and Schendel, Udo, (eds.) Parcella '88: 4th International workshop on parallel processing by cellular automata and arrays: Berlin, GDR, October 17–21, 1988: proceedings. Lecture notes in computer science (342). Springer-Verlag, Berlin, pp. 256-265. ISBN 9783540506478
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Systolic algorithms for preconditioned iterative procedures are described and discussed in relation to existing systolic arrays for iterative methods applied to the systems of linear equations arising from the solution of partial differential equations. In boundary value problems it is shown that if the cost of the preconditioned systolic arrays in terms of hardware is related to the (standard) iterative methods, then savings in the number of array cells can be made when the system involved is large and sparse (narrow bandwidth) with a significant improvement in convergence rate.
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