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Algorithms, Strbske Pleso, pp 30–40 4. Bodon E (1993) Numerical experiments on the ABS algorithms for linear systems of equations. Report DMSIA Univ Bergamo 93(17) 5. Broyden CG (1985) On the numerical stability of Huang’s and related methods. JOTA 47:401–412 6. Daniel J, Gragg WB, Kaufman L, Stewart GW (1976) Reorthogonalized and stable algorithms for updating ABS Algorithms for Optimization 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. the Gram–Schmidt QR factorization. Math Comput 30: 772–795 Dennis J, Turner K (1987) Generalized conjugate directions.

Numerical experiments, see [15], have shown that the modified Huang algorithm is very stable, giving usually better accuracy in the computed solution than both the implicit LU algorithm and the classical LU factorization method. The implicit LX algorithm is defined by the choices H 1 = I, vi = ei , zi = wi = e k i , where ki is an integer, 1 Ä ki Ä n, such that e> k i H i a i ¤ 0: (13) Notice that by a general property of the ABS class for A with full rank there is at least one index ki such that (13) is satisfied.

The Rosen gradient projection method. Here, H m+1 is built using the Huang algorithm. The Goldfarb–Idnani method. Here, H m+1 is built via the modification of the Huang algorithm where H 1 is a symmetric positive definite matrix approximating the inverse Hessian of f (x). If there are inequalities two approaches are possible: A) The active set approach. In this approach the set of linear equality constraints is modified at every iteration by adding and/or dropping some of the linear inequality constraints.

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