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The adaptive finite element method based on multi-scale discretizations for eigenvalue problems with homogeneous mixed boundary conditions

Xing Chen, Yidu Yang, Jiayu Han


In this paper, adaptive finite element methods for eigenvalue problems with homogeneous mixed boundary value conditions are discussed. For multi-scale discretization schemes based on Rayleigh quotient iteration, a posteriori error indicator is given. The algorithms are performed under the package of Chen, and the associated numerical results are provided.


double sequences, generalized difference, p-supremum bounded variation , separable Banach space.

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