# Finite Dimensional Approximation of Nonlinear Problems. Part I. Branches of Nonsingular Solutions.

F. Brezzi; J. Rappaz; P.A. Raviart

Numerische Mathematik (1980/81)

- Volume: 36, page 1-26
- ISSN: 0029-599X; 0945-3245/e

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topBrezzi, F., Rappaz, J., and Raviart, P.A.. "Finite Dimensional Approximation of Nonlinear Problems. Part I. Branches of Nonsingular Solutions.." Numerische Mathematik 36 (1980/81): 1-26. <http://eudml.org/doc/132686>.

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journal = {Numerische Mathematik},

keywords = {mixed finite-element methods; Banach space; implicit function theorem; continuation methods; convergence in a parameter; von Kármán equations},

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title = {Finite Dimensional Approximation of Nonlinear Problems. Part I. Branches of Nonsingular Solutions.},

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