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Ahmed, Nasiruddin
University of Ottawa
Ottawa, Canada
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  Adaptive error control for multigrid finite element methods
Becker R., Johnson C., Rannacher R.  Computing 55(4): 271-288, 1995. Type: Article

The authors have developed an efficient adaptive algorithm to control two types of errors--one arising from discretization due to the use of finite element methods, and the other arising from the use of approximate solutions of the discretize...

Dec 1 1996  
  Anisotropic interpolation with applications to the finite element method
Apel T., Dobrowolski M.  Computing 47(3-4): 277-293, 1992. Type: Article

The authors discuss an anisotropic interpolation method and apply it to finite element techniques. To maintain a certain level of accuracy in the solutions of partial differential equations, it is often necessary near anisotropic structures like e...

Oct 1 1993  
  Stochastic finite elements
Ghanem R., Spanos P.,  Springer-Verlag New York, Inc., New York, NY, 1991.Type: Book (9780387974569)

The two major mathematical techniques the authors have used in the study of stochastic structural mechanics are Karhuen-Loeve expansion and the Fourier-Volterra-Wiener series of polynomial chaos. Karhuen-Loeve expansion is used to develop random ...

Apr 1 1992  
  Domain decomposition method for elliptic mixed boundary value problems
Mróz M.  Computing 42(1): 45-59, 1989. Type: Article

Mróz presents methods for solving the elliptic second order mixed boundary value problem and gives some examples. The original problem is replaced by subproblems on subregions and an auxiliary problem corresponding to the nodes from partition...

Aug 1 1990  
  An interval method for bounding level sets of parameter estimation problems
Csendes T.  Computing 41(1-2): 75-86, 1989. Type: Article

This paper discusses the classical problem of least-square optimization on a finite dimensional space. Instead of using the classical techniques, such as the Levenberg-Marquandt or Gauss-Newton method, to find the minimum, the author presents a ne...

May 1 1990  
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