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Yang, Daoqi - Department of Mathematics, Wayne State University
An Iterative Hybridized Mixed Finite Element Method for Elliptic Interface Problems with Strongly Discontinuous
An Augmented Lagrangian Mixed Finite Element Scheme for Saddle Point Problems \Lambda
An Iterative Perturbation Method for the Pressure Equation in the Simulation of Miscible Displacement in Porous Media \Lambda
A parallel iterative nonoverlapping domain decomposition procedure for elliptic problems \Lambda
A Parallel Nonoverlapping Schwarz Domain Decomposition Algorithm for Elliptic Partial
An Iterative Perturbation Method for Saddle Point Problems \Lambda Daoqi Yang y
Grid Modification for the Wave Equation with Attenuation 1 Department of Mathematics, Purdue University, W. Lafayette, IN 47907, USA.
Contemporary Mathematics Volume 218, 1998
Finite Elements for Elliptic Interface Problems with Strongly Discontinuous Coefficients and
Improved Error Estimation of Dynamic Finite Element Methods for Second Order Parabolic Equations \Lambda
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GRID MODIFICATION FOR SECOND ORDER HYPERBOLIC PROBLEMS Abstract. A family of Galerkin finite element methods is presented to accurately and efficiently
NUMERICAL EXPERIMENTS FOR A NONOVERLAPPING DOMAIN
Simulation of Miscible Displacement in Porous Media by an Iterative Perturbation Algorithm Combined with a
DYNAMIC DOMAIN DECOMPOSITION AND GRID MODIFICATION FOR PARABOLIC PROBLEMS
CONVERGENCE ANALYSIS OF A NONOVERLAPPING DOMAIN DECOMPOSITION METHOD
A Parallel Iterative Domain Decomposition Algorithm for Elliptic Problems \Lambda
A Nonoverlapping Schwarz Method for Elliptic Interface Problems with Strongly Discontinuous
A parallel grid modification and domain decomposition algorithm for local phenomena
Iterative Schemes for Mixed Finite Element Methods with Applications to Elasticity and Compressible Flow Problems
Finite Elements for Elliptic Problems with Wild Coefficients
DIFFERENT DOMAIN DECOMPOSITIONS AT DIFFERENT TIMES FOR CAPTURING MOVING LOCAL PHENOMENA