Philipp Ludwig von Seidel
Philipp Ludwig von Seidel ([fɔn ˈzaɪdəl]; 24 October 1821 in Zweibrücken, Germany – 13 August 1896 in Munich, German Empire) was a German mathematician. He was the son of Julie Reinhold and Justus Christian Felix Seidel.
The lunar crater Seidel is named after him.
The Gauss–Seidel method is a useful numerical iterative method for solving linear systems.
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