Algorithms and programs for solving linear ill-posed problems
In this chapter we give a description of the programs implementing the algorithms considered in this book. This description is accompanied by examples of computations of model problems. These examples are meant to serve two purposes. First, they have to illustrate the description of the program. Secondly, they have to convince a reader who wants to use our programs that these programs have been correctly inputted by him/her on his/her computer. In this case the model computations may serve as a test case for checking this.
KeywordsInput Parameter Approximate Solution Initial Approximation Regularization Parameter Discrepancy Equation
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