Partial Differential Equations and Functional Analysis: The by Gabriella Caristi, Enzo Mitidieri (auth.), Erik Koelink, Jan

By Gabriella Caristi, Enzo Mitidieri (auth.), Erik Koelink, Jan van Neerven, Ben de Pagter, Guido Sweers, Annemarie Luger, Harald Woracek (eds.)

Capturing the cutting-edge of the interaction among partial differential equations, practical research, maximal regularity, and chance conception, this quantity was once initiated on the Delft convention at the social gathering of the retirement of Philippe Clément. will probably be of curiosity to researchers in PDEs and practical analysis.

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28 C. Carstensen Indeed, many second-order elliptic boundary value problems are recast in a weak form a(u, v) = b(v) for all v ∈ V, where (V, a) is some Hilbert space with induced norm · a and b ∈ V ∗ has the Riesz representation u ∈ V . Given a subspace Vh , the discrete solution uh ∈ Vh satisfies a(uh , vh ) = b(vh ) for all vh ∈ Vh . The error e := u − uh ∈ V then satisfies the best-approximation property e a = min vh ∈Vh u − vh a. ) The classical estimation of the upper bound u − vh a replaces vh by the nodal interpolation operator applied to the exact solution u.

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