iterative method

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iterative method

[′īd·ə‚rād·iv ′meth·əd]
(mathematics)
Any process of successive approximation used in such problems as numerical solution of algebraic equations, differential equations, or the interpolation of the values of a function. Also known as iteration.
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Families of Multipoint Iteration Methods and their Convergence Analysis
Iteration methods improving Newton's method by the decomposition method, Comput & maths.
An additional simplification and algorithm modification are required to analyze the cross-section state at all levels of loadings of the construction by the iteration methods.
We only use CG iteration at the finest level while using traditional iteration methods on other levels.
M, 2009, A note on one-step iteration methods for solving NonlinearEquations, World Applied science Journal, 7:90-95, 2009.
Hence, in our case it is more appropriate to study iteration methods which are obtained in a slightly different way.
Soltuz, On the equivalence of Mann and Ishikawa iteration methods, Int.
After background and general comments, chapters cover establishing periodicity, harmonic balance, parameter expansions, iteration methods, and averaging methods.
NEUMANN, Models of parallel chaotic iteration methods, Linear Algebra Appl.
NEYTCHEVA, Algebraic multilevel iteration methods for Stieltjes matrices, Numer.
In [57, 58], such a multigrid technique is adopted for so-called source iteration methods of solving spectral problems for systems of multigroup diffusion equations describing the steady state of nuclear reactors, and its implementation for the popular Russian WWER and BN reactors is described.