Block-Jacobi sweeping preconditioners for optimized Schwarz methods applied to the Helmholtz equation

@article{Dai2022BlockJacobiSP,
  title={Block-Jacobi sweeping preconditioners for optimized Schwarz methods applied to the Helmholtz equation},
  author={Ruiyang Dai},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2209.10886}
}
  • R. Dai
  • Published 22 September 2022
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
The parallel performances of sweeping-type algorithms for high-frequency time-harmonic wave problems have been recently improved by departing from standard layer-type domain decomposition and introducing a new sweeping strategy on a checkerboard-type domain decomposition, where sweeps can be performed more flexibly. These sweeps can be done by a certain number of steps, each of which provides the necessary information from subdomains on which solutions have been obtained to their next… 

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