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Re: System of Linear Equations

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  • Subject: [mg71982] Re: System of Linear Equations
  • From: "Mark Westwood" <markc.westwood at gmail.com>
  • Date: Thu, 7 Dec 2006 06:25:25 -0500 (EST)
  • References: <el68oj$2ut$1@smc.vnet.net>

Pronay

This message is extremely unhelpful, so stop reading it now if you are
feeling despondent or unhappy.  Your request is so strange that I
suspect you are not what you claim to be, but if you are ...

a) If your thesis genuinely requires you to devise a new algorithm for
solving very large systems of linear equations you should choose
another thesis topic.  This is such a well-developed field of endeavour
that you face a very difficult task indeed.

and then

b) If your thesis genuinely requires you to devise a new algorithm for
solving very large systems of linear equations you must do that.

Regards
Mark Westwood

Pronay Rana wrote:
> Dear sir,
>   I am a poor student.And you can help me.I am studying Computer
> science.Currently I am doing thesis and my thesis topic
> is System of Linear Equations.My problem is I need to
> find a way to solve billion equations.There are many irerative alg availabe like Guass-Seidel Jacobi etc,But I cannot use them.I need to develop my own alg.For example one solution
>   is to draw perpendicular lines to the lines until it convergence.This kind of problm appear
>   in many commercial application where you ned to solve even billion equations.Sir,I
>   need your suggetions.
>
>
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