Termination criteria for inexact fixedpoint schemes
(2015) In Numerical Linear Algebra with Applications 22(4). p.702716 Abstract
 We analyze inexact fixedpoint iterations where the generating function contains an inexact solve of an equation system to answer the question of how tolerances for the inner solves influence the iteration error of the outer fixedpoint iteration. Important applications are the Picard iteration and partitioned fluidstructure interaction. For the analysis, the iteration is modeled as a perturbed fixedpoint iteration, and existing analysis is extended to the nested case x=F(S(x)). We prove that if the iteration converges, it converges to the exact solution irrespective of the tolerance in the inner systems, provided that a nonstandard relative termination criterion is employed, whereas standard relative and absolute criteria do not have... (More)
 We analyze inexact fixedpoint iterations where the generating function contains an inexact solve of an equation system to answer the question of how tolerances for the inner solves influence the iteration error of the outer fixedpoint iteration. Important applications are the Picard iteration and partitioned fluidstructure interaction. For the analysis, the iteration is modeled as a perturbed fixedpoint iteration, and existing analysis is extended to the nested case x=F(S(x)). We prove that if the iteration converges, it converges to the exact solution irrespective of the tolerance in the inner systems, provided that a nonstandard relative termination criterion is employed, whereas standard relative and absolute criteria do not have this property.
Numerical results demonstrate the effectiveness of the approach with the nonstandard termination criterion. (Less)
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 Birken, Philipp ^{LU}
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 2015
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 published
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 keywords
 fixedpoint iteration, Picard iteration, transmission problem, Dirichletâ€“Neumann iteration, termination criteria
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 Numerical Linear Algebra with Applications
 volume
 22
 issue
 4
 pages
 702  716
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 WileyBlackwell
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 ISSN
 10705325
 DOI
 10.1002/nla.1982
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 English
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