iterative improvement A technique that approaches a solution by progressive approximation, using the kth approximate solution to find the (k+1)th approximate solution (see also iteration). Examples of methods that rely on iterative improvement are the Jacobi method and Gauss–Seidel method, used in numerical analysis.
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