Finite Elements, Theory and Applications. D . L. tificial viscosity and error estimates. Lagrangian ele- Dwoyer, M. Y. Hussaini, and R. G. Voigt, Eds. ments and the connection to finite differences in the 1988. 302 pp. $48.50. hardbound. Springer-Ver- case of linear elements is shown. Mixed continuous lag. and discontinuous elements are discussed and up- winding is introduced as a Petrov-Galerkin formula- tion where the test space and the solution space are This volume covers the proceedings of the workshop chosen differently. sponsored by the Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Engineering (ICASE) held 28-3 0 July Nicolaides and Choudhury survey the recent de- 1988 in Hampton, Virginia, at the NASA Langley Re- velopments in iterative methods for elliptic equations search Center. It consists of 13 articles by finite ele- on general meshes. The classical conjugate gradient ment researchers and practitioners and 13 intended method is discussed and shown to form the basis of to assess the impact of the theory on practice and to some recent iterative methods. Precondition of the conjugate gradient technique is introduced and pre- suggest areas of future research. About one-half of the articles review the theoretical aspects of the finite ele- conditioning
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Aug 1, 1989
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