
Definition of Multigrid
1. Adjective. (mathematics computing) Describing a technique for solving differential equations that employs a hierarchy of discretizations ¹
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Definition of Multigrid
1. [adj]
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Literary usage of Multigrid
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1. 3D Deterministic Radiation Transport Computer Programs: Features by OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (1997)
"This adaptive strategy is compatible with a new simplified multigrid acceleration
method that uses a Taylor Projection Mesh Coupling (TPMC) operator to ..."
2. Useful Knowledge: The American Philosophical Society Millennium Program by Alexander G. Bearn, American Philosophical Society (1999)
"multigrid: After discretizing a partial differential equation—the Laplace equation
is typical— one is faced with the problem of solving numerically the ..."
3. HighPerformance Computing in Europe by Miroslaw Malek (1993)
"... programmer in the form of library routines; linear algebra computations and
multigrid PDE (partial differential equation) solvers are available. ..."
4. 3D Deterministic Radiation Transport Computer Programs: Features by OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (1997)
"This adaptive strategy is compatible with a new simplified multigrid acceleration
method that uses a Taylor Projection Mesh Coupling (TPMC) operator to ..."
5. Useful Knowledge: The American Philosophical Society Millennium Program by Alexander G. Bearn, American Philosophical Society (1999)
"multigrid: After discretizing a partial differential equation—the Laplace equation
is typical— one is faced with the problem of solving numerically the ..."
6. HighPerformance Computing in Europe by Miroslaw Malek (1993)
"... programmer in the form of library routines; linear algebra computations and
multigrid PDE (partial differential equation) solvers are available. ..."