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Black A. Relaxation Methods Applied to Engineering Problems. Using the above results and following exactly the proofs from  see also ,, we obtain the following properties. Proposition 4. Lemma 7.
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Theorem 8. For any matrix A satisfying 12 ,any vector b 2 IRm and any values of the parameters ff;! PN At? For ff;! Corollary 9.
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But,as in ,Proposition 2. Remark 3. Thus,at least from a theoretical view-point,we expect,by suitable choosing the values of these parameters,the convergence of the algorithm becomes faster. And indeed,this is confirmed by the numerical experiments presented in the next section.
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We tested our algorithm KERP for different values of n; ff;!. The results,i. Final remarks 1.
A difficult problem rests the following : how to choose apriori the near optimal values for the parameters and! At least from a theoretical view-point we claim see also  that optimal" is the best optimal SOR relaxation parameter for the matrix AtA and optimal"! In the general case it is not at all easy to find these values.
In our example,tacking into account that the n? The problem of accelerating the convergence of Kaczmarz-like algorithms is still open. Some steps were made in thefollowing papers: ,using precondi- tioning techniques; ,using different values for!
But none of these techniques do not give an essential and efficient improvement of the convergence properties for a sufficiently large classe of matrices problems. A further research step would be to generalize the results from this paper to the more general case of arbitrary Hilbert spaces see ,. Szamel and E. Get permission to re-use this article. Create citation alert.
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Journal RSS feed. Sign up for new issue notifications. Using Brownian dynamics computer simulations, we show that the relaxation of a supercooled Brownian system is qualitatively the same as that of a Newtonian system. In particular, near the so-called mode-coupling transition temperature, dynamic properties of the Brownian system exhibit the same deviations from power law behavior as those of the Newtonian one. Thus, similar dynamical events cut off the idealized mode-coupling transition in Brownian and Newtonian systems.
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