On Some Two-level Iterative Methods

  • J. Mandel
Part of the Computing Supplementum book series (COMPUTING, volume 5)


Multigrid methods for boundary value problems and integral equations of the second kind, projection-iterative methods for operator equations, and iterative aggregation methods for systems of linear equations are shown to be particular cases of a unifying framework based on the defect correction principle. Several convergence proofs using contraction arguments are given.


Banach Space Iterative Method Multigrid Method Convergence Proof Defect Correction 
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  • J. Mandel
    • 1
  1. 1.Computer CenterCharles UniversityPraha 1Czechoslovakia

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