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SIAMSC
2008
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A Continuous Interior Penalty Method for Viscoelastic Flows
In this paper we consider a finite element discretization of the Oldroyd-B model of viscoelastic flows. The method uses standard continuous polynomial finite element spaces for vel...
Andrea Bonito, Erik Burman
JSCIC
2010
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Interior Penalty Continuous and Discontinuous Finite Element Approximations of Hyperbolic Equations
In this paper we present the continuous and discontinuous Galerkin methods in a unified setting for the numerical approximation of the transport dominated advection-reaction equati...
Erik Burman, Alfio Quarteroni, Benjamin Stamm
SIAMNUM
2010
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Quasi-Optimal Convergence Rate of an Adaptive Discontinuous Galerkin Method
We analyze an adaptive discontinuous finite element method (ADFEM) for symmetric second order linear elliptic operators. The method is formulated on nonconforming meshes made of si...
Andrea Bonito, Ricardo H. Nochetto
HICSS
2007
IEEE
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9 years 8 months ago
Towards Reliable Computation of Large-Scale Market-Based Optimal Power Flow
The deregulated electricity market calls for robust OPF tools that can provide (a) deterministic convergence, (b) accurate computation of a variety of nodal prices, (c) support of...
Hongye Wang, Robert J. Thomas
INFOCOM
2007
IEEE
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DEFT: Distributed Exponentially-Weighted Flow Splitting
— Network operators control the flow of traffic through their networks by adapting the configuration of the underlying routing protocols. For example, they tune the integer li...
Dahai Xu, Mung Chiang, Jennifer Rexford
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