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By Weimin Han

This paintings offers a posteriori errors research for mathematical idealizations in modeling boundary worth difficulties, particularly these coming up in mechanical purposes, and for numerical approximations of various nonlinear var- tional difficulties. An errors estimate is named a posteriori if the computed answer is utilized in assessing its accuracy. A posteriori errors estimation is crucial to m- suring, controlling and minimizing error in modeling and numerical appr- imations. during this e-book, the most mathematical instrument for the advancements of a posteriori blunders estimates is the duality thought of convex research, documented within the famous e-book by way of Ekeland and Temam ([49]). The duality conception has been came across invaluable in mathematical programming, mechanics, numerical research, and so on. The ebook is split into six chapters. the 1st bankruptcy stories a few uncomplicated notions and effects from practical research, boundary price difficulties, elliptic variational inequalities, and finite aspect approximations. the main proper a part of the duality idea and convex research is in short reviewed in bankruptcy 2.

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The expression C:=ltiui with + 48 A POSTERIORI ERROR ANALYSIS VIA DUALITY THEORY nonnegative numbers t l , . . , tn satisfying Cy=2=1 ti = 1 is called a convex combination of the elements u l , . . , u,. DEFINITION 2 . , f ( u )and f ( v )are not simultaneously infinite with opposite signs. 3 Let K be a convex set in V avtd f : K f ( v )= +R. If { y; w v E K, v is convex, then we say f is convex on K. 1) holds for any u, v E K , u # v and t E ( 0 , l ) . 3. In other words, we will use the same symbol f for both the function defined on K and its extension by oo to the complement of K in the space V.

We then define a function space over a general element K that is the image of the reference element K under an invertible affine mapping The mapping FK is a bijection between K and K. Over the element K ,we define a finite dimensional function space X K by Since FK is an invertible affine mapping, if x is a polynomial space of certain degree, then X K is a polynomial space of the same degree. ir = v o FK. We see that v = 6 o Fil. Thus we have the relation ~ ( x=) 6 ( k ) V x E K ,2 E K ,w i t h x = FK(ii) Using the nodal points h i , 1 5 i 5 No, of K ,we can define the nodal points on K : aiK = F K ( h i ) , i = I , .

63]. Theory of the finite element method for solving parabolic problems can be found in [I471 and more recently in [148]. Finally, we list a few representative engineering books on the finite element method, [20, 88, 163, 1641. The reader is referred to two historical notes [115, 1621 on the development of the finite element method. In this section, we will review some results of the finite element method. There are some basic aspects in the construction of finite element approximations. First we need a partition (or triangulation) of the domain of the differential equation into sub-domains called elements.