Jacobi's method

Jacobi's method

[jə′kō·bēz ‚meth·əd]
(mathematics)
A method of determining the eigenvalues of a Hermitian matrix.
A method for finding a complete integral of the general first-order partial differential equation in two independent variables; it involves solving a set of six ordinary differential equations.
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VESELIC, Jacobi's method is more accurate than QR, SIAM J.
There are three commonly used iterative methods: Jacobi's method, Gauss method and SOR iterative methods (Gravvanis, Fileiis-Papadopoulos & Lipitakis, 2013; Huang, Teng, Wahid & Ko, 2009).
[3] first presented a parallel array based on Jacobi's method. It consists of n/2 x n/2 PEs and each PE contains a 2 x 2 subblock of the matrix A.
They compared the method with the original GeneRank scheme (essentially a power iteration), Jacobi's method, and a (modified) Arnoldi algorithm.