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1998 Copper Mountain Conference on Iterative Methods

General Information

    The conference was held in Copper Mountain, Colorado (USA) from Monday, March 30 to Friday, April 3, 1998. This is the fifth in an every other year conference on iterative methods and related topics at this location. The next one will be in April, 2000. Contact for more information about future conferences.

    The focus of this conference is iterative methods for linear and nonlinear systems of equations. This includes theory, algorithm development, large scale applications and parallel implementation.

     The schedule, attendees, and views of the town are available.

Organizing Institutions

  • The University of Colorado
  • SIAM
  • Front Range Scientific Computations, Inc.


  • Department of Energy
  • National Science Foundation
  • Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
  • International Business Machines


  • M. Adams
    A Parallel Maximal Independent Set Algorithm
        Abstract    Abstract (paper)    Paper
  • R. Bermejo and J. A. Infante
    A Multigrid Algorithm for Nonlinear Monotone Elliptic Problems
        Abstract    Abstract (paper)    Paper
  • A. Brandt, M. Israeli, I. Yavneh, and A. Siegel
    Multigrid Solution of an Elliptic Boundary-Value Problem with Integral Constraints
        Abstract    Abstract (paper)    Paper
        Fig. 1    Fig. 2    Fig. 3a    Fig. 3b    Fig. 3c
  • R. Bridson and W.-P. Tang
    Ordering for the Factored Approximate Inverse Preconditioners
  • H. M. Bücker
    The Relation between Galerkin-Type 1-Norm Quasi-Minimal Residual Iterative Methods
        Abstract    Paper
  • W. K. Ching
    Circulant Approximation for Preconditioning in Stochastic Automata Networks
        Abstract    Abstract (paper)    Paper
  • T. Dayar and W. J. Stewart
    Comparison of Partitioning Techniques for Two-Level Iterative Solvers on Large, Sparse Markov Chains
        Abstract    Paper
  • D. S. Daoud and T. Gungormus
    On the Schwarz Alternating Procedure with a Polynomial Preconditioning Conjugate Gradient
        Abstract    Paper
  • A. Knyazev
    Preconditioned Eigensolvers - an Oxymoron?
        Abstract    Paper
  • K. Lackner and R. Menikoff
    Multi-Scale Linear Solvers for Very Large Systems Derived from PDEs
        Abstract    Abstract (paper)    Paper
  • D. Loghin
    Green's Functions For Preconditioning
        Abstract    Abstract (paper)    Paper
  • W.-S. Luk, J. Janssen, and S. Vandewalle
    Application of determinant Maximization Programming to the SOR and Chebyshev Methods for Complex Linear Systems
        Abstract    Paper
  • S. Oliveira
    Convergence and Parallelization of a Preconditioned Algorithm for Eigenvalues
        Abstract    Paper
  • J. Rahola
    Iterative Solution of Dense Linear Systems
        Abstract    Abstract (paper)    Paper
  • A. C. Robinson and M. A. Christon
    Using AZTEC to Solve the Linear System Associated with the Three-dimensional Magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) Modeling in ALEGRA
        Abstract    Paper
  • M. Seaid
    A Fast Monotone Iterative Method for Nonlinear Reaction-Diffusion Systems
        Abstract    Abstract (paper)    Paper
  • Y. Shapira
    A Multi-Level Method for Sparse Linear Systems
        Abstract    Abstract (paper)    Paper
  • H. Van der Vorst
    Preconditioning for Eigenproblems
        Abstract    Paper
  • C. Vuik, G. Segal, and K. Meijerink
    An Efficient CG Method for Layered Problems with Large Contrasts in the Coefficients
        Abstract    Abstract (paper)    Paper

Conference Chairs

  • Tom Manteuffel, University of Colorado at Boulder
  • Steve McCormick, University of Colorado at Boulder

Program Committe

  • Loyce Adams, University of Washington
  • Steve Ashby, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
  • Iain Duff, Rutherford Lab and CERFACS
  • Howard Elman, University of Maryland
  • Roland Freund, Lucent Bell Laboratories
  • Anne Greenbaum, Univeristy of Washington
  • Seymour Parter, University of Wisconsin
  • Paul Saylor, University of Illinois
  • Gerhard Starke, Essen University
  • Homer Walker, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
  • Olof Widlund, Courant Institute
  • Henk van der Vorst, University of Utrecht 

Craig C. Douglas

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