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A method for solving a large set of linear equations, such as the traveltime equations in [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:tomography|''tomography'']] (q.v.). The method is an iterative &#x2018;&#x2018;row-action&#x2019;&#x2019; approach since it projects solutions for one equation at a time and is similar to the Kaczmarz method of numerical analysis. See Gordon (1974), Herman et al. (1973), or Stewart (1991).
 
A method for solving a large set of linear equations, such as the traveltime equations in [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:tomography|''tomography'']] (q.v.). The method is an iterative &#x2018;&#x2018;row-action&#x2019;&#x2019; approach since it projects solutions for one equation at a time and is similar to the Kaczmarz method of numerical analysis. See Gordon (1974), Herman et al. (1973), or Stewart (1991).
 
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A method for solving a large set of linear equations, such as the traveltime equations in tomography (q.v.). The method is an iterative ‘‘row-action’’ approach since it projects solutions for one equation at a time and is similar to the Kaczmarz method of numerical analysis. See Gordon (1974), Herman et al. (1973), or Stewart (1991).