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simultaneous equations

[‚sī·məl′tā·nē·əs i′kwā·zhənz]
(mathematics)
A collection of equations considered to be a set of joint conditions imposed on the variables involved.
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Forward elimination and backward substitution algorithm are used to address the difference equation system of the models.
The basic equation system for the polynomial mapping function z([zeta]) was constructed in [1].
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In this section, we'll show the main theoretical results which rules numerical methods of solving differential equations and differential equation systems.
In the compressed form the discretized equation system can be written in the following way:
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A ten equation system was tried to solve in the cluster, but due to the high RAM requirements, the program did not run.
The resulting linear equation system is solved with 80 steps of the different multigrid methods.
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After running the program 50 times for each type of mutation, we get the results represented in tables 2, 3, 4, and 5 for TSP, 0/1 Knapsack, Shubert function, and linear equation system problems respectively.
A linear equation system between these heat flows and fluid temperatures is obtained involving a thermal resistance matrix, which is symmetric (even if the pipes are different or placed in a non-symmetric way).