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Lecture Spectral Methods, Summer Semester 2012
2-4pm in MA 542|
two weeks, Thursday 12-2pm in MA 542|
popular numerical schemes, such as finite difference methods and
finite element methods, spectral methods are another important tool
for numerically solving partial differential equations. With these
methods one gains spectral accuracy if the solutions are sufficiently
smooth - a faster convergence rate than with any local polynomial
based interpolation method.|
In this lecture collocation and Galerkin methods based on trigonometric and Chebychev interpolants are introduced. Algorithms are developed to numerically solve nonlinear partial differential equations. Theoretical aspects, such as stability, convergence, spectral accuracy, but also implementation aspects for short, simple, fast MATLAB codes will be discussed. The theory is supported with many examples from fluid and solid material modeling.
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