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By Eugene E. Tyrtyshnikov

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4. 1 Direct methods for linear systems We build up algorithms using some set of elementary operations. If a problem is solved with a finite number of elementary operations (in exact arithmetic), then the corresponding method is said to be direct. Not every problem can be given a direct method. For instance , it is impossible to solve the equation x 2 = 2 using a finite number of arithmetic operations. For all this, a direct method exists as soon as the square root is relegated to an elementary operation.

Following Wilkinson (one of the prominent experts of the field), we emphasize that the main objective is not the derivation of neat bounds ("the bound itself is usually the least important part of it") but mostly to expose (and to fix, if possible) the potential instabilities of an algorithm at issue. It would be not right to think that a large inaccuracy in an answer is due to a large number of operations (and hence, roundoffs). More frequently, there is just one operation that spoils the picture .

By the same letter e. ) ; ;=1 if such things occur several times, then all ek. in the corresponding expansions are regarded as different. 3) (so long as no floating-point zero pops up). 3), we find that n a=L i=l XiYi (1 +e)nH-i. 4. 1) in different ways. 1) We assume above and from now on that if A = [aij] then IAI = [Iaijl]. In the spirit of the backward analysis, we are to represent a really computed answer as the result of exact computations with perturbed data and, then, to derive a bound on the corresponding (termed equivalent) perturbation: a = xTy, Ix- z] ~ ~n1]lxl + 0(1]2), Iy - yl ~ ~n1]lyl + 0(1]2) .

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