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This paper investigates convergence properties of a circuit simulation technique called Waveform Relaxation (WR). A general formulation of a family of WR algorithms called a generalized WR is introduced. This formulation reduces to some hitherto introduced WR algorithms in particular cases. The following two sufficient conditions for the generalized WR method to converge locally are given:

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- IEICE TRANSACTIONS on transactions Vol.E70-E No.2 pp.106-109

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- 1987/02/25

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Kiichi URAHAMA, "Sufficient Conditions for a Generalized Waveform Relaxation to Converge Locally" in IEICE TRANSACTIONS on transactions,
vol. E70-E, no. 2, pp. 106-109, February 1987, doi: .

Abstract: This paper investigates convergence properties of a circuit simulation technique called Waveform Relaxation (WR). A general formulation of a family of WR algorithms called a generalized WR is introduced. This formulation reduces to some hitherto introduced WR algorithms in particular cases. The following two sufficient conditions for the generalized WR method to converge locally are given:

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