Elliptic Problems — Solving the Algebraic Equations
As outlined in Chapter 2, the finite element approximation to the solution of an elliptic PDE leads to a set of algebraic equations (2.1.4) which are linear or nonlinear as the PDE itself is linear or nonlinear.
KeywordsConjugate Gradient Method Interior Node Lanczos Method Roundoff Error High Order Element
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