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MSC: 65L04, 65L20, 65L70
Dynamic iterations, waveform relaxation, Gauss-Seidel schemes, convergence, error bounds
We consider iterative schemes applied to systems of linear ordinary differential equations and investigate their convergence in terms of magnitudes of the coefficients given in the systems. We address the question of whether the reordering of equations in a given system improves the convergence of an iterative scheme.
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