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  • Zenger, Christoph; Schneider, S. A. H. (Selcuk University Research Center of Applied Mathematics, 2000)
    This article is a contribution to the current research field of computational fluid dynamics. We discretize the Stokes flow for Re=0 with adaptive hierarchical finite elements and verify the method with numerical results ...
  • Huckle, Thomas (Selcuk University Research Center of Applied Mathematics, 2000)
    In recent papers the use of sparse approximate inverses for the preconditioning of linear equations Ax=b is examined. The minimization of || AM-I || in the Frobenius norm generates good preconditioners without any a priori ...
  • Vaskevich, Vladimir; Bulgak, Haydar; Çinar, Cengiz (Selcuk University Research Center of Applied Mathematics, 2000)
    Consider an initial value problem for simultaneous linear difference equations x(n+1) = Ax(n) + f(n), x(0) = a, withA theNN rational matrix, {f(n)} a sequence ofN-dimensional rational vectors, anda a rationalN-dimensional ...
  • Vorozhtsov, Evgenii V.; Ganzha, Victor G. (Selcuk University Research Center of Applied Mathematics, 2000)
    The development of new programming paradigms like the object-oriented programming (OOP) and parallel programming opens up the new prospects for the development of reliable and efficient program packages on the basis of ...
  • Bulgak, Haydar; Vaskevich, Vladimir (Selcuk University Research Center of Applied Mathematics, 2000)
    The purpose of the paper is to discuss methods for constructing weighted cubature formulas in Sobolev spaces with periodic members. These formulas are intended to approximate the calculation of Fourier coefficients of ...
  • Demidenko, Gennadii (Selcuk University Research Center of Applied Mathematics, 2000)
    In this paper we study the Cauchy problem for a class of partial differential equations not solved with respect to the highest derivative. The members of this class are called pseudohyperbolic equations. We establish the ...

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