417 Advances in Iterative Solution Methods for Multiphysics Systems
These characteristics make the robust, efficient, and scalable, numerical solution of these systems extremely challenging. The intention of this set of mini-symposium sessions is to focus on recent advances in nonlinear and linear iterative methods, scalable preconditioning techniques, and computational solution algorithms for complex, strongly coupled multiphysics problems
in a wide range of important scientific and engineering applications.
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