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An Analysis of Finite Volume, Finite Element, and Finite Difference Methods Using Some Concepts from Algebraic Topology
In this paper we apply the ideas of algebraic topology to the analysis of the finite volume and finite element methods, illuminating the similarity between the discretization str...
Claudio Mattiussi

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The Finite Volume, Finite Difference, and Finite Elements Methods as Numerical Methods for Physical Field Problems
I. Introduction II. Foundations A. The Mathematical Structure of Physical Field Theories B. Geometric Objects and Orientation 1. Space-Time Object...
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NMA
2010
9 years 14 days ago
Atmospheric Composition Studies for the Balkan Region
Georgi Gadzhev, Georgi Jordanov, Kostadin Ganev, M...
NMA
2010
9 years 14 days ago
Genetic Algorithms Based Parameter Identification of Yeast Fed-Batch Cultivation
Different kinds of genetic algorithms have been investigated for a parameter identification of a fermentation process. Altogether eight realizations of genetic algorithms have been...
Maria Angelova, Stoyan Tzonkov, Tania Pencheva
NMA
2010
9 years 14 days ago
Metaheuristics for the Asymmetric Hamiltonian Path Problem
One of the most important applications of the Asymmetric Hamiltonian Path Problem is in scheduling. In this paper we describe a variant of this problem, and develop both a mathemat...
João Pedro Pedroso
NMA
2010
9 years 14 days ago
Modeling of the SET and RESET Process in Bipolar Resistive Oxide-Based Memory Using Monte Carlo Simulations
A stochastic model of the resistive switching mechanism in bipolar oxide-based resistive random access memory (RRAM) is presented. The distribution of electron occupation probabili...
Alexander Makarov, Viktor Sverdlov, Siegfried Selb...
MOC
1998
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9 years 2 months ago
A comparison of regularizations for an ill-posed problem
Abstract. We consider numerical methods for a “quasi-boundary value” regularization of the backward parabolic problem given by ut + Au = 0 , 0 < t < T u(T ) = f, where A ...
Karen A. Ames, Gordon W. Clark, James F. Epperson,...
SIAMAM
2000
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Extended Hydrodynamical Model of Carrier Transport in Semiconductors
Abstract. A hydrodynamical model based on the theory of extended thermodynamics is presented for carrier transport in semiconductors. Closure relations for fluxes are obtained by e...
Angelo Marcello Anile, Giovanni Russo, Vittorio Ro...
JSCIC
2007
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9 years 2 months ago
Implicit-Explicit Schemes for BGK Kinetic Equations
In this work a new class of numerical methods for the BGK model of kinetic equations is presented. In principle, schemes of any order of accuracy in both space and time can be con...
Sandra Pieraccini, Gabriella Puppo
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