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On the Schwarz algorithms for the elliptic exterior boundary value problems

Faker Ben Belgacem, Miche Fournié, Nabil Gmati, Faten Jelassi (2005)

ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis - Modélisation Mathématique et Analyse Numérique

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Tuning the alternating Schwarz method to the exterior problems is the subject of this paper. We present the original algorithm and we propose a modification of it, so that the solution of the subproblem involving the condition at infinity has an explicit integral representation formulas while the solution of the other subproblem, set in a bounded domain, is approximated by classical variational methods. We investigate many of the advantages of the new Schwarz approach: a geometrical...

On the Schwarz algorithms for the Elliptic Exterior Boundary Value Problems

Faker Ben Belgacem, Michel Fournié, Nabil Gmati, Faten Jelassi (2010)

ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis

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Tuning the alternating Schwarz method to the exterior problems is the subject of this paper. We present the original algorithm and we propose a modification of it, so that the solution of the subproblem involving the condition at infinity has an explicit integral representation formulas while the solution of the other subproblem, set in a bounded domain, is approximated by classical variational methods. We investigate many of the advantages of the new Schwarz approach: a geometrical...

A brief review of some application driven fast algorithms for elliptic partial differential equations

Prabir Daripa (2012)

Open Mathematics

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Some application driven fast algorithms developed by the author and his collaborators for elliptic partial differential equations are briefly reviewed here. Subsequent use of the ideas behind development of these algorithms for further development of other algorithms some of which are currently in progress is briefly mentioned. Serial and parallel implementation of these algorithms and their applications to some pure and applied problems are also briefly reviewed.

Buckling optimisation of sandwich cylindrical panels

M. Abouhamzeh, M. Sadighi (2016)

Curved and Layered Structures

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In this paper, the buckling load optimisation is performed on sandwich cylindrical panels. A finite element program is developed in MATLAB to solve the governing differential equations of the global buckling of the structure. In order to find the optimal solution, the genetic algorithm Toolbox in MATLAB is implemented. Verifications are made for both the buckling finite element code and also the results from the genetic algorithm by comparisons to the results available in literature....

Parallel algorithm for spatially one-and two-dimensional initial-boundary-value problem for a parabolic equation

Pavol Purcz (2001)

Kybernetika

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A generalization of the spatially one-dimensional parallel pipe-line algorithm for solution of the initial-boundary-value problem using explicit difference method to the two-dimensional case is presented. The suggested algorithm has been verified by implementation on a workstation-cluster running under PVM (Parallel Virtual Machine). Theoretical estimates of the speed-up are presented.

On the solution of a finite element approximation of a linear obstacle plate problem

Luis Fernandes, Isabel Figueiredo, Joaquim Júdice (2002)

International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science

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In this paper the solution of a finite element approximation of a linear obstacle plate problem is investigated. A simple version of an interior point method and a block pivoting algorithm have been proposed for the solution of this problem. Special purpose implementations of these procedures are included and have been used in the solution of a set of test problems. The results of these experiences indicate that these procedures are quite efficient to deal with these instances and compare...

K3M: a universal algorithm for image skeletonization and a review of thinning techniques

Khalid Saeed, Marek Tabędzki, Mariusz Rybnik, Marcin Adamski (2010)

International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science

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This paper aims at three aspects closely related to each other: first, it presents the state of the art in the area of thinning methodologies, by giving descriptions of general ideas of the most significant algorithms with a comparison between them. Secondly, it proposes a new thinning algorithm that presents interesting properties in terms of processing quality and algorithm clarity, enriched with examples. Thirdly, the work considers parallelization issues for intrinsically sequential...