Digital total variation filtering as postprocessing for Chebyshev pseudospectral methods for conservation laws
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Digital total variation filtering is analyzed as a fast, robust, post-processing method for accelerating the convergence of pseudospectral approximations that have been contaminated by Gibbs oscillations. The method, which originated in image processing, can be combined with spectral filters to quickly post-process large data sets with sharp resolution of discontinuities and with exponential accuracy away from the discontinuities.
Keywordsconservation laws digital total variation filtering Gibbs phenomenon numerical partial differential equations pseudospectral methods
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