Error estimate for the Jacobi method adapted to the weak row sum resp. weak column sum criterion

  title={Error estimate for the Jacobi method adapted to the weak row sum resp. weak column sum criterion},
  author={Ludwig Kohaupt},
  journal={Elemente der Mathematik},
  • L. Kohaupt
  • Published 1 February 2002
  • Mathematics
  • Elemente der Mathematik
Ludwig Kohaupt, born in 1945, obtained his doctoral degree in mathematics at the University of Frankfurt am Main in 1973. From 1974 – 1979 he was a teacher at a secondary school, and from 1979 – 1990 he worked as an engineer in the field of technical computations in the automotive industry. Since 1990 he is a professor of mathematics at the Technische Fachhochschule Berlin. His main interests are applied and industrial mathematics with emphasis on numerical methods. 
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