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A parallel-in-time algorithm for high-order BDF methods for diffusion and subdiffusion equations

@inproceedings{Wu2020APA,
  title={A parallel-in-time algorithm for high-order BDF methods for diffusion and subdiffusion equations},
  author={Shuonan Wu and Zhi Zhou},
  year={2020}
}
  • Shuonan Wu, Zhi Zhou
  • Published 2020
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
In this paper, we propose a parallel-in-time algorithm for approximately solving parabolic equations. In particular, we apply the k-step backward differentiation formula, and then develop an iterative solver by using the waveform relaxation technique. Each resulting iteration represents a periodic-like system, which could be further solved in parallel by using the diagonalization technique. The convergence of the waveform relaxation iteration is theoretically examined by using the generating… Expand

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