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Is there any work that considers Krylov subspace iterative methods in floating point arithmetic? I'm especially interested in how rounding errors influence the convergence and the accuracy of the solution.

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Some references on rounding error analysis of Krylov methods:

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Thanks! Especially the last paper is very interesting and exactly what I have searched for. – Thomas W. Oct 24 '12 at 18:24

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