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Topic: Solve linear equation with matrix multiplies only
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Rui Maciel

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Re: Solve linear equation with matrix multiplies only
Posted: Oct 4, 2012 8:28 PM
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spasmous wrote:

> For a general matrix (rectangular, non-symmetric) is there an iterative
> method for solving J*x=b that only uses multiplies J*v and no transpose
> multiples J'*u? I know there are many methods based on J'*J.


Does the conjugate gradient method fit your criteria?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conjugate_gradient


Hope this helps,
Rui Maciel



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