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When solving a linear system $Ax=b$ where $A=B^TCB$ do I need to form $A$ explicitly by two matrix-matrix multiplications or is there another more simple way? $C$ is a NxN matrix and not always symmetric. $B$ is MxNNxM and not symmetric.

When solving a linear system $Ax=b$ where $A=B^TCB$ do I need to form $A$ explicitly by two matrix-matrix multiplications or is there another more simple way? $C$ is a NxN matrix and not always symmetric. $B$ is MxN and not symmetric.

When solving a linear system $Ax=b$ where $A=B^TCB$ do I need to form $A$ explicitly by two matrix-matrix multiplications or is there another more simple way? $C$ is a NxN matrix and not always symmetric. $B$ is NxM and not symmetric.

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Solving linear system with matrix multiplication

When solving a linear system $Ax=b$ where $A=B^TCB$ do I need to form $A$ explicitly by two matrix-matrix multiplications or is there another more simple way? $C$ is a NxN matrix and not always symmetric. $B$ is MxN and not symmetric.