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ONLINE CHESS LIKE GAME FOR SOLVING SLE (CHAPTER 04.11)

 

Part 3 of 3

 

By Duc Nguyen



TOPIC DESCRIPTION
 

Learn the Cholesky and LDL Transpose method of solving simultaneous linear equations.

 

This video teaches you the LDL Transpose method of solving simultaneous linear equations. On-line "Chess-like Game" for minimizing the total number of "fill-in terms" during the (Cholesky or Na´ve Gauss) factorization phase.


ALL VIDEOS FOR THIS TOPIC
 

Cholesky Decomposition: Part 1 of 4 [YOUTUBE 14:02]

Cholesky Decomposition: Part 2 of 4 [YOUTUBE 15:00]

Cholesky Decomposition: Part 3 of 4 [YOUTUBE 13:04]

Cholesky Decomposition: Part 4 of 4 [YOUTUBE 9:03]

LDL Transpose Method: Part 1 of 3 [YOUTUBE 13:15]

LDL Transpose Method: Part 2 of 3 [YOUTUBE 10:21]

LDL Transpose Method: Part 3 of 3 [YOUTUBE 10:41]

Online Chess Like Game for Solving Simultaneous Linear Equations: Part 1 of 3 [YOUTUBE 14:51]

Online Chess Like Game for Solving Simultaneous Linear Equations: Part 2 of 3 [YOUTUBE 12:50]

Online Chess Like Game for Solving Simultaneous Linear Equations: Part 3 of 3 [YOUTUBE 13:29]


COMPLETE RESOURCES
  Get in one place the following: a textbook chapter, a PowerPoint presentation, individual YouTube lecture videos, and multiple-choice questions on Cholesky and LDLT decomposition.

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