|-snes_qn_m <m>||- Number of past states saved for the L-Broyden methods. + -snes_qn_restart_type <powell,periodic,none> - set the restart type|
|-snes_qn_powell_gamma||- Angle condition for restart.|
|-snes_qn_powell_descent||- Descent condition for restart.|
|-snes_qn_type <lbfgs,broyden,badbroyden>||- QN type|
|-snes_qn_scale_type <diagonal,none,scalar,jacobian>||- scaling performed on inner Jacobian|
|-snes_linesearch_type <cp, l2, basic>||- Type of line search.|
|-snes_qn_monitor||- Monitors the quasi-newton Jacobian.|
When using a nonlinear preconditioner, one has two options as to how the preconditioner is applied. The first of these options, sequential, uses the preconditioner to generate a new solution and function and uses those at this iteration as the current iteration's values when constructing the approximate Jacobian. The second, composed, perturbs the problem the Jacobian represents to be P(x, b) - x = 0, where P(x, b) is the preconditioner.
Uses left nonlinear preconditioning by default.
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