Implicit Alternating Direction Methods


in general plane regions and with respect to linear boundary conditions, is a classical problem of numerical analysis. Many such boundary value problems have been solved successfully on high-speed computing machines, using the (iterative) Young-Frankel "successive overrelaxation" (SOR) method as defined in [l] and [2], and variants thereof ("line" and… (More)


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