Mimetic Finite Difference Method for Shape Optimization Problems
We test the performance of the Mimetic Finite Difference method applied to a wide class of shape optimization problems. Adaptive strategies based on heuristic error indicators are also considered to validate the effectiveness of the numerical scheme.
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