On an iterative method for variational inequalities
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A number of numerical solutions are presented as examples of a new iterative method for variational inequalities. The iterative method is based on the reduction of variational inequalities to the Wiener-Hopf equations. For obstacle problems the convergence is guaranteed inW1,p spaces forp≧2. The examples presented are one and two dimensional obstacle problems in cases when the Greens function is known, but the method is very general.
Subject classificationsAMS (MOS): 65N30 CR: G1.8
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