A Comparison of three Iterative Methods for the Solution of Linear Equations

  • Kalambi I
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This paper presents a survey of three iterative methods for the solution of linear equations has been evaluated in this work. The result shows that the Successive Over-Relaxation method is more efficient than the other two iterative methods, considering their performance, using parameters as time to converge, number of iterations required to converge, storage and level of accuracy. This research will enable analyst to appreciate the use of iterative techniques for understanding linear equations. @ JASEM

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Kalambi, I. (2010). A Comparison of three Iterative Methods for the Solution of Linear Equations. Journal of Applied Sciences and Environmental Management, 12(4). https://doi.org/10.4314/jasem.v12i4.55219

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