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Keywords:
conjugate gradient method; preconditioning; multigrid method
Summary:
Solving a system of linear algebraic equations by the preconditioned conjugate gradient method requires to solve an auxiliary system of linear algebraic equations in each step. In this paper instead of solving the auxiliary system one iteration of the two level method for the original system is done.
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