introduction about iterative method

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I need one page for introduction about iterative method for solving large linear system Ax=b. (these the important method ( Jacobi, Gauss-Seidel, SOR, Conjugate Gradient, Krylov subspace) ) with reference

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I think I need you to mention

1- the history of beginning of iterative method ( two or four sentence)

2- compare between direct method and iterative method ( three to four sentence)

3- the benefit of the iterative method (five to eight sentence

you can add more than that.

Thank you


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School: Boston College

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Running Head: ITERATIVE METHOD

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Iterative Method
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ITERATIVE METHOD

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The iterative method is a mathematical model that is utilized in computational
mathematics to generate a sequence of approximated solutions for a certain problem. The
development of the iterative method is traced back to the 1950s where a student discovered the
approach by trying to solve a four by four system of equations. The first iterat...

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