### A Contour Integral Representation of Linear Extrapolation Methods.

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In this paper we study the finite element approximations to the Sobolev and viscoelasticity type equations and present a direct analysis for global superconvergence for these problems, without using Ritz projection or its modified forms.

In this paper, a new mixed finite element method is used to approximate the solution as well as the flux of the 2D Burgers’ equation. Based on this new formulation, we give the corresponding stable conforming finite element approximation for the ${P}_{0}^{2}-{P}_{1}$ pair by using the Crank-Nicolson time-discretization scheme. Optimal error estimates are obtained. Finally, numerical experiments show the efficiency of the new mixed method and justify the theoretical results.

Based on the notion of A - monotonicity, a new class of nonlinear variational inclusion problems is presented. Since A - monotonicity generalizes H - monotonicity (and in turn, generalizes maximal monotonicity), results thus obtained, are general in nature.

In this paper we study the finite element approximations to the parabolic and hyperbolic integrodifferential equations and present an immediate analysis for global superconvergence for these problems, without using the Ritz projection or its modified forms.