How fast can iterative methods be?

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How fast can iterative methods be? / Nevanlinna, Olavi.

Espoo, 1992. (Helsinki University of Technology, Institute of Mathematics, Research Report; No. A313).

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Nevanlinna, O 1992 'How fast can iterative methods be?' Helsinki University of Technology, Institute of Mathematics, Research Report, no. A313, Espoo.

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Nevanlinna, O. (1992). How fast can iterative methods be? (Helsinki University of Technology, Institute of Mathematics, Research Report; No. A313). Espoo.

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Nevanlinna O. How fast can iterative methods be? Espoo. 1992. (Helsinki University of Technology, Institute of Mathematics, Research Report; A313).

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Nevanlinna, Olavi. / How fast can iterative methods be?. Espoo, 1992. (Helsinki University of Technology, Institute of Mathematics, Research Report; A313).

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