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Hardcover, smythe-sewn binding. ISBN 9780971576612.
author has set himself a monumental task: writing a functional analysis
book that can be read by any well-motivated student, even one with only
a modest background in analysis. He carried out this task with great
patience and care and he did a remarkable job."
— from SIAM Review, June 2010, Vol 52, No. 2.
thorough ... presentation of all the standard topics any introductory
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Linear Systems: An Analysis of Matrix Prefactorization Iterative
by Zbigniew Ignacy
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book contains a detailed
treatment of linear algebra, and how it can be applied to the iterative
solution of elliptic boundary-value problems. In Chapter 5
the author attacks the interesting and difficult problem of
comparing the numerical work required to solve large elliptic problems
by his SOR-like AGA method, with the
numerical work required using
newer computational methods, such as Krylov subspace methods and
His conclusions here are quite unexpected! Indeed,
for some problems, he found that the SOR-like methods were
Krylov subspace methods by several orders of
magnitude." — From the foreword
by Richard Varga,
Professor of Mathematics, Kent State University
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