By Repin, Sergey

ISBN-10: 3110191539

ISBN-13: 9783110191530

This booklet offers with the trustworthy verification of the accuracy of approximate suggestions that's one of many relevant difficulties in glossy utilized analysis. After giving an summary of the tools built for versions in line with partial differential equations, the writer derives computable a posteriori errors estimates by utilizing tools of the speculation of partial differential equations and useful research. those estimates are acceptable to approximate options computed via quite a few equipment.

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The theorem of F. 37) where u is uniquely determined. The functional J W V ! 38) v2V is said to be dual (or conjugate) to J . 1. If J is a smooth function that increases at infinity faster than any linear function, then J is the Legendre transform of J . , see [121, 132, 324]). The functional J is also called polar to J . v /g v 2V is called the second conjugate to J (or bipolar). If J is a convex functional attaining finite values, then J coincides with J . To illustrate the definitions of conjugate functionals, consider functionals defined on the Euclidean space E d .

Houston, R. Rannacher, E. S¨uli [182], and R. Rannacher and F. T. Suttmeier [272, 273]. , see W. Bangerth and R. Rannacher [40], J. T. Oden and S. Prudhomme [253], J. Peraire and A. T. Patera [260], E. Stein, M. R¨uter, and S. 6 A posteriori error indicators for finite element approximations 43 [340], and the literature cited in these publications). Aru rw f w/ dx D 0 8w 2 V0 WD HV 1 . 31) where A is a positive definite real matrix and and f 2 L2 . / is a given function. Let uh 2 V0 be an approximate solution computed on the mesh Th .

Aru rw f w/ dx D 0 8w 2 V0 WD HV 1 . 31) where A is a positive definite real matrix and and f 2 L2 . / is a given function. Let uh 2 V0 be an approximate solution computed on the mesh Th . Assume that it is required to estimate the quantity h`; u uh i, where ` 2 V0 is a given linear functional. Typically, ` is an integral type functional localized in a certain part of . Define u` by the relation Z A? 32) in which A? is the matrix adjoint to A. 32), it follows that Z A? u v/i can be easily estimated provided that u` is known.

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