Second Degree Generalized Successive Over Relaxation Method for Solving System of Linear Equations
In this paper, a second degree generalized successive over relaxation iterative method for solving system of linear equations based on the decomposition
A= Dm+Lm+Um is presented and the convergence properties of the proposed method are discussed. Two numerical examples are considered to show the efficiency of the proposed method. The results presented in tables show that the Second Degree Generalized Successive Over Relaxation Iterative method is more efficient than the other methods considered based on number of iterations, computational running time and accuracy.
Keywords: Second Degree, Generalized Gauss Seidel, Successive over relaxation, Convergence.
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