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 Ten years ago, the term "defect correction" was introduced to characterize a class of methods for the improvement of an approximate solution of an operator equation. This class includes many wellknown techniques (e.g. Newton's method) but also some novel approaches which have turned out to be quite efficient. Meanwhile a large number of papers and reports, scattered over many journals and institutions, have appeared in this area. Therefore, a working conference on "Error Asymptotics and Defect Corrections" was organized by K. Bohmer, V. Pereyra and H. J. Stetter at the Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach in July 1983, a meeting which aimed at bringing together a good number of the scientists who are active in this field. Altogether 26 persons attended, whose interests covered a wide spectrum from theoretical analyses to applications where defect corrections may be utilized; a list of the participants may be found in the Appendix. Most of the colleagues who presented formal lectures at the meeting agreed to publish their reports in this volume. It would be presumptuous to call this book a stateoftheart report in defect corrections. It is rather a collection of snapshots of activities which have been going on in a number of segments on the frontiers of this area. No systematic coverage has been attempted. Some articles focus strongly on the basic concepts of defect correction; but in the majority of the contributions the defect correction ideas appear rather as instruments for the attainment of some specified goal
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 eng
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 1 online resource
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 The Defect Correction Approach
 Defect Correction for Operator Equations
 Defect Correction Algorithms for Stiff Ordinary Differential Equations
 On a Principle of Direct Defect Correction Based on APosteriori Error Estimates
 Simultaneous Newton's Iteration for the Eigenproblem
 On Some Twolevel Iterative Methods
 Multigrid Methods
 Local Defect Correction Method and Domain Decomposition Techniques
 Fast Adaptive Composite Grid (FAC) Methods: Theory for the Variational Case
 Mixed Defect Correction Iteration for the Solution of a Singular Perturbation Problem
 Computation of Guaranteed Highaccuracy Results
 Solution of Linear and Nonlinear Algebraic Problems with Sharp, Guaranteed Bounds
 Residual Correction and Validation in Functoids
 Defect Corrections in Applied Mathematics and Numerical Software
 Defect Corrections and HartreeFock Method
 Deferred Corrections Software and Its Application to Seismic Ray Tracing
 Numerical Engineering: Experiences in Designing PDE Software with Selfadaptive Variable Step Size/Variable Order Difference Methods
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 9783709170236
 Label
 Defect Correction Methods : Theory and Applications
 Title
 Defect Correction Methods
 Title remainder
 Theory and Applications
 Statement of responsibility
 edited by Klaus Böhmer, Hans J. Stetter
 Language
 eng
 Summary
 Ten years ago, the term "defect correction" was introduced to characterize a class of methods for the improvement of an approximate solution of an operator equation. This class includes many wellknown techniques (e.g. Newton's method) but also some novel approaches which have turned out to be quite efficient. Meanwhile a large number of papers and reports, scattered over many journals and institutions, have appeared in this area. Therefore, a working conference on "Error Asymptotics and Defect Corrections" was organized by K. Bohmer, V. Pereyra and H. J. Stetter at the Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach in July 1983, a meeting which aimed at bringing together a good number of the scientists who are active in this field. Altogether 26 persons attended, whose interests covered a wide spectrum from theoretical analyses to applications where defect corrections may be utilized; a list of the participants may be found in the Appendix. Most of the colleagues who presented formal lectures at the meeting agreed to publish their reports in this volume. It would be presumptuous to call this book a stateoftheart report in defect corrections. It is rather a collection of snapshots of activities which have been going on in a number of segments on the frontiers of this area. No systematic coverage has been attempted. Some articles focus strongly on the basic concepts of defect correction; but in the majority of the contributions the defect correction ideas appear rather as instruments for the attainment of some specified goal
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 Böhmer, Klaus
 Dewey number
 518
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 Stetter, Hans J
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 Computing Supplementum, 03448029
 Series volume
 5
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 Mathematics
 Chemistry
 Global analysis (Mathematics)
 Numerical analysis
 Physics
 Engineering
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 Defect Correction Methods : Theory and Applications, edited by Klaus Böhmer, Hans J. Stetter
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 The Defect Correction Approach  Defect Correction for Operator Equations  Defect Correction Algorithms for Stiff Ordinary Differential Equations  On a Principle of Direct Defect Correction Based on APosteriori Error Estimates  Simultaneous Newton's Iteration for the Eigenproblem  On Some Twolevel Iterative Methods  Multigrid Methods  Local Defect Correction Method and Domain Decomposition Techniques  Fast Adaptive Composite Grid (FAC) Methods: Theory for the Variational Case  Mixed Defect Correction Iteration for the Solution of a Singular Perturbation Problem  Computation of Guaranteed Highaccuracy Results  Solution of Linear and Nonlinear Algebraic Problems with Sharp, Guaranteed Bounds  Residual Correction and Validation in Functoids  Defect Corrections in Applied Mathematics and Numerical Software  Defect Corrections and HartreeFock Method  Deferred Corrections Software and Its Application to Seismic Ray Tracing  Numerical Engineering: Experiences in Designing PDE Software with Selfadaptive Variable Step Size/Variable Order Difference Methods
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 1 online resource
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 9783709170236
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 Defect Correction Methods : Theory and Applications, edited by Klaus Böhmer, Hans J. Stetter
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 Contents
 The Defect Correction Approach  Defect Correction for Operator Equations  Defect Correction Algorithms for Stiff Ordinary Differential Equations  On a Principle of Direct Defect Correction Based on APosteriori Error Estimates  Simultaneous Newton's Iteration for the Eigenproblem  On Some Twolevel Iterative Methods  Multigrid Methods  Local Defect Correction Method and Domain Decomposition Techniques  Fast Adaptive Composite Grid (FAC) Methods: Theory for the Variational Case  Mixed Defect Correction Iteration for the Solution of a Singular Perturbation Problem  Computation of Guaranteed Highaccuracy Results  Solution of Linear and Nonlinear Algebraic Problems with Sharp, Guaranteed Bounds  Residual Correction and Validation in Functoids  Defect Corrections in Applied Mathematics and Numerical Software  Defect Corrections and HartreeFock Method  Deferred Corrections Software and Its Application to Seismic Ray Tracing  Numerical Engineering: Experiences in Designing PDE Software with Selfadaptive Variable Step Size/Variable Order Difference Methods
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 ocn840302828
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 unknown
 Extent
 1 online resource
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 online
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 9783709170236
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 SpringerLink
 Specific material designation
 remote
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 (OCoLC)840302828
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