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1 Lecture 44: Cycling Strategies Example Problem
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2 Last Time … Completed the discussion of coefficient-based agglomeration strategy Discussed fixed and flexible cycling strategies for switching between coarse and fine levels
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3 This Time … We will: Look at some pseudo code to write multigrid solvers easily Do an example problem using algebraic multigrid method
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4 Fixed Cycles: V Cycle In the down leg » Start with finest level. Do 1 G-S iterations (sweeps) » Restrict residuals to next coarse level. Do 1 G-S sweeps » Continue till coarsest level is reached Now start up leg » Prolongate corrections from coarsest level to next fine level. Do 2 G-S sweeps » Continue in this way to finest level This completes one MG V-cycle iteration
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5 V Cycle (Cont’d) Gauss-Seidel Sweeps Restriction or Prolongation
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6 Fixed Cycles: W Cycle cycle » Apply V-cycle recursively times at each level W cycle can be thought of as a cycle with =2
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7 Fixed Cycles: F Cycle Do the down leg and then apply V cycle once at each successive level
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