Gauss Seidel method
Updated 30 Jun 2020
It is a numerical method that employs an iterative approach. Its counterpart for a single linear equation is the successive substitution or fixed-point iteration. It asks the user the coefficient and the RHD (Right-hand side) values matrix. It also lets the user choose which termination criterion to have, whether a %relative error or number of iterations. It checks if the system is diagonally dominant; if not, it would re-arrange the equations in the most diagonally dominant form possible, ensuring convergence. If the given system cannot be totally diagonally dominant, it alerts the user.
Robby Ching (2023). Gauss Seidel method (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/77506-gauss-seidel-method), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
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