Commit 4a5839b9 authored by Chris Cantwell's avatar Chris Cantwell Committed by Spencer Sherwin

Fix typos in user guide.

parent d87e71d3
...@@ -146,7 +146,7 @@ each of these parameters and give a brief description of what they mean. ...@@ -146,7 +146,7 @@ each of these parameters and give a brief description of what they mean.
\begin{notebox} \begin{notebox}
Defaults for all fields can be defined by setting the equivalent property in Defaults for all fields can be defined by setting the equivalent property in
the \texttt{SOLVERINFO} section. Parameters defined in this section will the \texttt{SOLVERINFO} section. Parameters defined in this section will
override any options sepcificed there. override any options specificed there.
\end{notebox} \end{notebox}
\subsubsection{\texttt{GlobalSysSoln} options} \subsubsection{\texttt{GlobalSysSoln} options}
...@@ -158,7 +158,7 @@ each of these parameters and give a brief description of what they mean. ...@@ -158,7 +158,7 @@ each of these parameters and give a brief description of what they mean.
invert it using an appropriate matrix technique, such as Cholesky invert it using an appropriate matrix technique, such as Cholesky
factorisation, depending on the properties of the matrix. Direct solvers factorisation, depending on the properties of the matrix. Direct solvers
\textbf{only} run in serial. \textbf{only} run in serial.
\item \textbf{Iterative} solvers instead apply matrix-vector multipliciations \item \textbf{Iterative} solvers instead apply matrix-vector multiplications
repeatedly, using the conjugate gradient method, to converge to a solution to repeatedly, using the conjugate gradient method, to converge to a solution to
the system. For smaller problems, this is typically slower than a direct the system. For smaller problems, this is typically slower than a direct
solve. However, for larger problems it can be used to solve the system in solve. However, for larger problems it can be used to solve the system in
...@@ -185,7 +185,7 @@ These solvers can be run in one of three approaches: ...@@ -185,7 +185,7 @@ These solvers can be run in one of three approaches:
solvers, this technique is not recommended. solvers, this technique is not recommended.
\item The \textbf{StaticCond} approach applies a technique called \emph{static \item The \textbf{StaticCond} approach applies a technique called \emph{static
condensation} to instead construct the system using only the degrees of condensation} to instead construct the system using only the degrees of
freedom on the boundary of the element, which reduces the system size freedom on the boundaries of the elements, which reduces the system size
considerably. This is the \textbf{default option in parallel}. considerably. This is the \textbf{default option in parallel}.
\item \textbf{MultiLevelStaticCond} methods apply the static condensation \item \textbf{MultiLevelStaticCond} methods apply the static condensation
technique repeatedly to further reduce the system size, which can improve technique repeatedly to further reduce the system size, which can improve
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