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Recent developments in domain decomposition methods

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Springer , Berlin, New York
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StatementLuca F. Pavarino, Andrea Toselli, editors.
SeriesLecture notes in computational science and engineering -- v. 23.
ContributionsPavarino, Luca F., Toselli, Andrea., Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich., Workshop on Domain Decomposition (2001 : Zürich, Switzerland)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQA402.2 .R43 2002, QA402.2 .R43 2002
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 243 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18177102M
ISBN 103540434135
LC Control Number2002070538

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Recent Developments in Domain Decomposition Methods. Editors (view affiliations) Luca F. Pavarino Search within book. Front Matter Maxwell's equations Partition Simulation Wavelet domain decomposition methods finite differences finite element method finite elements non-matching gride numerical approximation of partial differential.

The main goal of this book is to provide an overview of some of the most recent developments in the field of Domain Decomposition Methods. Domain decomposition relates to the construction of preconditioners for the large algebraic systems of equations which often arise in applications, by solving smaller instances of the same problem.

This book offers a comprehensive presentation of some of the most successful and popular domain decomposition preconditioners for finite and spectral element approximations of partial differential equations.

It places strong emphasis on both algorithmic and mathematical aspects. It covers in detail important methods such as FETI and balancing Neumann-Neumann methods and algorithms for.

Domain decomposition is an active and interdisciplinary research discipline, focusing on the development, analysis and implementation of numerical methods for massively parallel computers. Domain decomposition methods are among the most efficient solvers for large scale applications in science and engineering.

Domain decomposition is an active, interdisciplinary research area that is devoted to the development, analysis and implementation of coupling and decoupling strategies in mathematics, computational science, engineering and industry.

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Recent Developments on Optimized Schwarz Methods 5 For an arbitrary domain decomposition for instance obtained by an au-tomatic mesh partitioner as the one shown on figure 2, we proceed in the following manner. At each node on the interface, we use the local value of the mesh size to compute the optimized parameters using the formula es.

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The purpose of the meeting is to discuss recent developments in various aspects of domain decomposition methods bringing together mathematicians, computational scientists, and engineers who are working on numerical analysis, scientific computing.

Domain decomposition methods (DDMs) have been under development since at least the mid s, and early intuitive forms of the basic approach, originally due to Schwarz [1], had been used in computational fluid dynamics (CFD) in the guise of multi-block structured methods considerably earlier than (see Thompson et al.

[2] and references. Domain decomposition is performed with the simple geometrical multi section approach. The domain can be decomposed into any number of sub-domains, which are always equally balanced in terms of number of cells per processors.

The basic idea of the domain decomposition we adopted is to cut the domain along the coordinate axis with greatest dimension. ture of domain decomposition methods. They are solvers of linear systems keeping in mind that the matrices arise from the discretization of partial di erential operators.

As for domain decomposition methods that directly address non linearities, we refer the. In mathematics, numerical analysis, and numerical partial differential equations, domain decomposition methods solve a boundary value problem by splitting it into smaller boundary value problems on subdomains and iterating to coordinate the solution between adjacent subdomains.

A coarse problem with one or few unknowns per subdomain is used to further coordinate the solution between the.

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The distinguishing feature of this book is a comprehensive and rigorous treatment of convergence bounds based on the theory of infinite elements.

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• a new coarse space construction (two-level method) that adapts to highly heterogeneous problems. This book is intended for those working in domain decomposition methods, parallel computing, and iterative methods, in particular those who need to implement or use parallel solvers for PDEs.

It will also. ‎Domain decomposition is an active, interdisciplinary research area concerned with the development, analysis, and implementation of coupling and decoupling strategies in mathematical and computational models of natural and engineered systems.

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This book contains proceedings from the Seventh International Conference on Domain Decomposition Methods, held at Pennsylvania State University in October The term “domain decomposition” has for nearly a decade been associated with the partly iterative, partly direct algorithms explored in the proceedings of this conference.

The book also shows how marching methods can be superior to multigrid and pre-conditioned conjugate gradient (PCG) methods, particularly when used in the context of multiprocessor parallel computers. Techniques for using domain decomposition together with marching methods are detailed, clearly illustrating the benefits of these techniques for.

The distinguishing feature of this book is a comprehensive and rigorous treatment of convergence bounds based on the theory of infinite elements. The bibliography is quite complete for the fields covered. The book belongs on the desk of all specialists involved in domain decomposition and substructuring ."Reviews: 1.

As is usual in the theory of domain decomposition methods, the rate of convergence of the Schwarz method is related to a stable subspace decomposition. We derive such a stable decomposition for this family of domains and analyze how the stability "constant" depends on relevant geometric properties of the domain.

() On micro-to-macro connections in domain decomposition multiscale methods. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering() Operator splitting and adaptive mesh refinement for the Luo–Rudy I model.

This volume contains selected papers presented at the 17th International Conference on Domain Decomposition Methods in Science and Engineering. It presents the newest domain decomposition techniques and examines their use in the modeling and simulation of complex problems.

In recent years, much attention has been given to domain decomposition methods for solving linear elliptic problems that are based on a partitioning of the domain of the physical problem. Welcome to DD The University of Bergen is pleased to host the DD XXIV in Svalbard, Norway.

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The purpose of this book is to offer an overview of the most popular domain decomposition methods for partial differential equations (PDEs). These methods are widely used for numerical simulations in solid mechanics, electromagnetism, flow in porous media, etc., on parallel machines from tens to hundreds of thousands of cores.

Although not often stated in this form, property () is at the heart of the analysis and development of domain decomposition methods for elliptic partial di erential equations [42, 77, 80] and.The contributions present various approaches to time domain decomposition, focusing on multiple shooting and parareal algorithms.

The range of topics covers theoretical analysis of the methods, as well as their algorithmic formulation and guidelines for practical implementation.The distinguishing feature of this book is a comprehensive and rigorous treatment of convergence bounds based on the theory of infinite elements.

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