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New look-ahead Lanczos-type algorithms for linear systems. (English) Zbl 0932.65040
Authors’ summary: A breakdown (due to a division by zero) can arise in the algorithms for implementing Lanczos’ method because of the non-existence of some formal orthogonal polynomials or because the recurrence relationship used is not appropriate. Such a breakdown can be avoided by jumping over the polynomials involved. This strategy was already used in some algorithms such as the MRZ and its variants. In this paper, we propose new implementations of the recurrence relations of these algorithms which only need the storage of a fixed number of vectors, independent of the length of the jump. These new algorithms are based on Homer’s rule and on a different way for computing the coefficients of the recurrence relationships. Moreover, these new algorithms seem to be more stable than the old ones and they provide better numerical results. Numerical examples and comparisons with other algorithms will be given.

65F10Iterative methods for linear systems
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