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Emilio Spedicato, Marco Bonomi, Antonino Del Popolo,
Volume 1, Issue 1 (5-2008)
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  We consider an application of the ABS procedure to the linear systems arising from the primal-dual interior point methods where Newton method is used to compute path to the solution. When approaching the solution the linear system, which has the form of normal equations of the second kind, becomes more and more ill conditioned. We show how the use of the Huang algorithm in the ABS class can reduce the ill conditioning. Preliminary numerical experiments show that the proposed approach can provide a residual in the computed solution up to sixteen orders lower.


Prof. Óbudai Galantai, Prof. Spedicato,
Volume 1, Issue 1 (5-2008)
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  This paper gives a survey of the theory and practice of nonlinear ABS methods including various types of generalizations and computer testing. We also show three applications to special problems, two of which are new.


Lalwani, Kumar, Spedicato, Gupta,
Volume 3, Issue 1 (4-2012)
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We present an application of ABS algorithms for multiple sequence alignment (MSA). The Markov decision process (MDP) based model leads to a linear programming problem (LPP), whose solution is linked to a suggested alignment. The important features of our work include the facility of alignment of multiple sequences simultaneously and no limit for the length of the sequences. Our goal here is to avoid the excessive computing time, needed by dynamic programming based algorithms for alignment of a large number of sequences. In an attempt to demonstrate the integration of the ABS approach with complex mathematical frameworks, we apply the ABS implicit LX algorithm to elucidate the LPP, constructed with the assistance of MDP. The MDP applied for MSA is a pragmatic approach and entails a scope for future work. Programming is done in the MATLAB environment

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