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# ISSN 2304-1579.i . . -. . i .2013 ..18, . 4(20)..

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## Mathematical Subject Classification: 15A23, 65F08

519.635.4
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Verbitsky V., Ivanisheva I. An incomplete generalized Cholesky factorization
preconditioner for a saddle-point matrix. The existence of an incomplete generalized
Cholesky factorization of a saddle matrix is proved. The factorization is applied to construct
saddle point problem preconditioner. The preconditioner allows to use the conjugate gradient method for solving the preconditioned system.
Key words: an incomplete generalized Cholesky factorization, preconditioner, saddle point
problems.

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3,21 4,21 21,21 21,2

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4,2
21,2
2,2
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, 3,2
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(0)

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(0)

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(0)

21,21
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. 11 =
11 11 .
[
]
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
11 , 12 , 13 , 14 , , 1,21 , 1,2 ,

(1)

(0)

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11 1,2 ,

(1)

(0)

1,21 = 1
11 1,21 ,

= 2, ,

]
[
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
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:

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(0)
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=
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.

(1)
(0)
(0)

(1,21 )
(3,21 )
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(1)

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(13)

(1)
2,21

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(1)
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(1,2 ) 1,,21 ,

= 1, , = + 1, ;

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## 2,2 = diag((1,2 ) 1,2 ),

= 2, , = , ;

(14)

= 1, ;

2,2 , = , . , (1)
2,21 ,
(0)

(0.5)

2,21 .

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(1)
2,2 ,
(1)

2,2 = 22 22 .
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22 , 23 , 24 , , 2,21 , 2,2 ,

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(1)

(1)

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22 2,21 , = 2, .
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