### A Chebyshev-like semiiteration for inconsistent linear systems.

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In this paper we extend recent work on the detection of inclusions using electrostatic measurements to the problem of crack detection in a two-dimensional object. As in the inclusion case our method is based on a factorization of the difference between two Neumann-Dirichlet operators. The factorization possible in the case of cracks is much simpler than that for inclusions and the analysis is greatly simplified. However, the directional information carried by the crack makes the practical implementation...

In this note, we compare some Krylov subspace iterative methods on the MASPAR, a massively parallel computer with 16K processors. In particular, we apply these methods to solve large sparse nonsymmetric linear systems arising from elliptic partial differential equations. The methods under consideration include conjugate gradient type methods, semiiterative methods, and a hybrid variant. Our numerical results show that, on the MASPAR, one should compare iterative methods rather on the basis of total...

In this paper we extend recent work on the detection of inclusions using electrostatic measurements to the problem of crack detection in a two-dimensional object. As in the inclusion case our method is based on a factorization of the difference between two Neumann-Dirichlet operators. The factorization possible in the case of cracks is much simpler than that for inclusions and the analysis is greatly simplified. However, the directional information carried by the crack makes the practical...

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