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Multilevel Preconditioning
 Numer. Math
, 1992
"... This paper is concerned with multilevel techniques for preconditioning linear systems arising from Galerkin methods for elliptic boundary value problems. A general estimate is derived which is based on the characterization of Besov spaces in terms of weighted sequence norms related to corresponding ..."
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This paper is concerned with multilevel techniques for preconditioning linear systems arising from Galerkin methods for elliptic boundary value problems. A general estimate is derived which is based on the characterization of Besov spaces in terms of weighted sequence norms related to corresponding multilevel expansions. The result brings out clearly how the various ingredients of a typical multilevel setting affect the growth rate of the condition numbers. In particular, our analysis indicates how to realize even uniformly bounded condition numbers. For example, the general results are used to show that the BramblePasciakXu preconditioner for piecewise linear finite elements gives rise to uniformly bounded condition numbers even when the refinements of the underlying triangulations are highly nonuniform. Furthermore, they are applied to a general multivariate setting of refinable shiftinvariant spaces, in particular, covering those induced by various types of wavelets. Key words: G...
Adaptive Multilevel Methods in Three Space Dimensions
 Int. J. Numer. Methods Eng
, 1993
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this paper to collect wellknown results on 3D mesh refinement
Parallel Multigrid in an Adaptive PDE Solver Based on Hashing and SpaceFilling Curves
, 1997
"... this paper is organized as follows: In section 2 we discuss data structures for adaptive PDE solvers. Here, we suggest to use hash tables instead of the usually employed tree type data structures. Then, in section 3 we discuss the main features of the sequential adaptive multilevel solver. Section 4 ..."
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this paper is organized as follows: In section 2 we discuss data structures for adaptive PDE solvers. Here, we suggest to use hash tables instead of the usually employed tree type data structures. Then, in section 3 we discuss the main features of the sequential adaptive multilevel solver. Section 4 deals with the partitioning and distribution of adaptive grids with spacefilling curves and section 5 gives the main features of our new parallelized adaptive multilevel solver. In section 6 we present the results of numerical experiments on a parallel cluster computer with up to 64 processors. It is shown that our approach works nicely also for problems with severe singularities which result in locally refined meshes. Here, the work overhead for load balancing and data distribution remains only a small fraction of the overall work load. 2. DATA STRUCTURES FOR ADAPTIVE PDE SOLVERS 2.1. Adaptive Cycle
Adaptive Multilevel  Methods for Obstacle Problems
, 1992
"... We consider the discretization of obstacle problems for second order elliptic differential operators by piecewise linear finite elements. Assuming that the discrete problems are reduced to a sequence of linear problems by suitable active set strategies, the linear problems are solved iteratively by ..."
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We consider the discretization of obstacle problems for second order elliptic differential operators by piecewise linear finite elements. Assuming that the discrete problems are reduced to a sequence of linear problems by suitable active set strategies, the linear problems are solved iteratively by preconditioned cgiterations. The proposed preconditioners are treated theoretically as abstract additive Schwarz methods and are implemented as truncated hierarchical basis preconditioners. To allow for local mesh refinement we derive semilocal and local a posteriori error estimates, providing lower and upper estimates for the discretization error. The theoretical results are illustrated by numerical computations.
Hierarchical bases
 Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Industrial and Applied Mathematics
, 1991
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HashStorage Techniques for Adaptive Multilevel Solvers and Their Domain Decomposition Parallelization
 Domain decomposition methods 10. The 10th int. conf., Boulder, volume 218 of Contemp. Math
, 1998
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Comparison of Parallel Solvers for Nonlinear Elliptic Problems Based on Domain Decomposition Ideas
 PARALLEL COMPUTING
, 1995
"... In the present paper, the solution of nonlinear elliptic boundary value problems (b.v.p.) on parallel machines with Multiple Instruction Multiple Data (MIMD) architecture is discussed. Especially, we consider electromagnetic field problems the numerical solution of which is based on finite elem ..."
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In the present paper, the solution of nonlinear elliptic boundary value problems (b.v.p.) on parallel machines with Multiple Instruction Multiple Data (MIMD) architecture is discussed. Especially, we consider electromagnetic field problems the numerical solution of which is based on finite element discretizations and a nested Newton solver. For solving the linear systems of algebraic finite element equations in each Newton step, parallel conjugate gradient methods with a Domain Decomposition preconditioner (DD PCG) as well as parallelized global multigrid methods are applied. The implementation of the whole algorithm, i.e. the mesh generation, the generation of the finite element equations, the nested Newton algorithm, the DD PCG method and the global multigrid method, is based on a nonoverlapping DD data structure. The efficiency of the parallel DD PCG methods and the parallelized global multigrid methods, which are embedded in the nested Newton solver, are compared. Fur...
Hash Based Adaptive Parallel Multilevel Methods with SpaceFilling Curves
 NIC Series
, 2002
"... this paper a parallelisable and cheap method based on spacefilling curves is proposed. The partitioning is embedded into the parallel solution algorithm using multilevel iterative solvers and adaptive grid refinement. Numerical experiments on two massively parallel computers prove the efficienc ..."
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this paper a parallelisable and cheap method based on spacefilling curves is proposed. The partitioning is embedded into the parallel solution algorithm using multilevel iterative solvers and adaptive grid refinement. Numerical experiments on two massively parallel computers prove the efficiency of this approach
Parallel Adaptive Subspace Correction Schemes with Applications to Elasticity
 Comput. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg
, 1999
"... : In this paper, we give a survey on the three main aspects of the efficient treatment of PDEs, i.e. adaptive discretization, multilevel solution and parallelization. We emphasize the abstract approach of subspace correction schemes and summarize its convergence theory. Then, we give the main featur ..."
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: In this paper, we give a survey on the three main aspects of the efficient treatment of PDEs, i.e. adaptive discretization, multilevel solution and parallelization. We emphasize the abstract approach of subspace correction schemes and summarize its convergence theory. Then, we give the main features of each of the three distinct topics and treat the historical background and modern developments. Furthermore, we demonstrate how all three ingredients can be put together to give an adaptive and parallel multilevel approach for the solution of elliptic PDEs and especially of linear elasticity problems. We report on numerical experiments for the adaptive parallel multilevel solution of some test problems, namely the Poisson equation and Lam'e's equation. Here, we emphasize the parallel efficiency of the adaptive code even for simple test problems with little work to distribute, which is achieved through hash storage techniques and spacefilling curves. Keywords: subspace correction, iter...