Efficient Iterative Methods for Fast Solution of Integral Operators Related Problems
The discretization of integral operator related problems inevitably leads to some kind of linear system involving dense matrices. Such large scale systems can be prohibitively expensive to solve.
KeywordsBoundary Integral Equation Helmholtz Equation Wavelet Method Blind Deconvolution Fast Multipole Method
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