Multiscale Finite Element Methods: Theory and Applications - Surveys and Tutorials in the Applied Mathematical Sciences 4 by Yalchin Efendiev
The aim of this study is to describe the main concepts and modern - dances in the methods of multi-core elements. The aim of this study is to identify prototypes,…
Multiscale Finite Element Methods synopsis
The aim of this study is to describe the main concepts and modern - dances in the methods of multi-core elements. The aim of this study is to identify prototypes, including multifunctional simulations, application engineers, and litter.
The book is for graduate students in appliedmathematics and those interested in multi-center institutions. It combines a practical introduction with numerical results and an analysis of the methods of multiple relational elements.
Due to page restrictions, the material was intensified. Each chapter of the book begins with an introduction and a description of the proposed methods and motivating examples.
Some new techniques are introduced using formal arguments that are justified later in the last chapter. Each chapter presents numerical examples illustrating the ability of proposed methods to describe each route.
In the last chapter, we analyze some representative cases with the aim of clarifying the main sources of error and the approach of the proposed methods. The outline of the book is as follows. The first chapter gives us a general introduction to both the articular and barricaded police.
This chapter discusses the main idea of the multivariate component and its extension. This chapter also provides an overview of the relative multiple elementmethods and other related methods. Interaction of methods of multidimensional elements to nonlinear problems.
Chapter IV focuses on multicenter methods using limited global information.
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