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The method of Garabedian

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In this paper, the method of Garabedian is applied to finite difference equations derived from the elliptic diffusion operator −D Δ +ɛ over rectangular and triangular nets. An example is given for which GARABEDIAN'S method yields a useless result.

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de Meersman, R. The method of Garabedian. Numer. Math. 11, 257–263 (1968). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02161846

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Keywords

  • Finite Difference
  • Mathematical Method
  • Difference Equation
  • Diffusion Operator
  • Finite Difference Equation