Error Investigation of a Finite Element Approximation for a Nonlinear Sturm–Liouville Problem
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A positive definite differential eigenvalue problem with coefficients depending nonlinearly on the spectral parameter is studied. The problem is formulated as a variational eigenvalue problem in a Hilbert space with bilinear forms depending nonlinearly on the spectral parameter. The variational problem has an increasing sequence of positive simple eigenvalues that correspond to a normalized system of eigenfunctions. The variational problem is approximated by a finite element mesh scheme on a uniform grid with Lagrangian finite elements of arbitrary order. Error estimates for approximate eigenvalues and eigenfunctions are proved depending on the mesh size and the eigenvalue size. The results obtained are generalizations of well-known results for differential eigenvalue problems with linear dependence on the spectral parameter.
Keywords and phraseseigenvalue eigenfunction eigenvalue problem mesh approximation finite element method
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