In this paper, we will discuss the cascadic multigrid preconditioned

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In this paper, we will discuss the cascadic multigrid preconditioned **conjugate gradient** method for the linear finite element approximation of the second order elliptic boundary value problem -[nabla]*(w[nabla]u) = f, in [OMEGA] u = [g.

replace the gradient descent is **conjugate gradient** descent 2.

In 1999, Nguyen and Prystay [7] used IHCP to estimate this initial condition in an ISBM process by using **conjugate gradient** method with adjoint problem assuming a constant conductivity for polyethylene therephthalate (PET).

Twelve training function were pretested, six of them being finally used for analysis: Traingd--Gradient descent backpropagation, Traingdm--Gradient descent with momentum backpropagation, Traingda--Gradient descent with adaptive learning rate backpropagation, Traingdx--Gradient descent with momentum and adaptive learning rate backpropagation, Trainrp--Resilient backpropagation and Trainscg--Scaled **conjugate gradient** backpropagation.

A feedforward neural network with sigmoidal activation functions was used with a **conjugate gradient** algorithm to recognize the complex input-output relation between the paint properties and the formula components.

The **conjugate gradient** algorithm is the earliest example of this class of methods.