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- Douglas N. Arnold, Franco Brezzi, Bernardo Cockburn, L. Donatella Marini
- SIAM J. Numerical Analysis
- 2002

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Finite element exterior calculus is an approach to the design and understanding of finite element discretizations for a wide variety of systems of partial differential equations. This approach brings to bear tools from differential geometry, algebraic topology, and homological algebra to develop discretiza-tions which are compatible with the geometric,… (More)

- D. N. ARNOLD
- 1984

We present in this paper a new velocity-pressure finite element for the computation of Stokes flow. We discretize the velocity field with continuous piecewise linear functions enriched by bubble functions, and the pressure by piecewise linear functions. We show that this element satisfies the usual inf-sup condition and converges with first order for both… (More)

This article reports on the confluence of two streams of research, one emanating from the fields of numerical analysis and scientific computation , the other from topology and geometry. In it we consider the numerical discretization of partial differential equations that are related to differential complexes so that de Rham cohomology and Hodge theory are… (More)

- Douglas N. Arnold, Richard S. Falk, Ragnar Winther
- Math. Comput.
- 2007

In this paper, we construct new finite element methods for the approximation of the equations of linear elasticity in three space dimensions that produce direct approximations to both stresses and displacements. The methods are based on a modified form of the Hellinger–Reissner variational principle that only weakly imposes the symmetry condition on the… (More)

- Douglas N. Arnold, Ragnar Winther
- Numerische Mathematik
- 2002

There have been many efforts, dating back four decades, to develop stable mixed finite elements for the stress-displacement formulation of the plane elasticity system. This requires the development of a compatible pair of finite element spaces, one to discretize the space of symmetric tensors in which the stress field is sought, and one to discretize the… (More)

- Douglas N. Arnold, Richard S. Falk, Ragnar Winther
- Numerische Mathematik
- 2000

We consider the solution of systems of linear algebraic equations which arise from the finite element discretization of variational problems posed in the Hilbert spaces H(div) and H(curl) in three dimensions. We show that if appropriate finite element spaces and appropriate additive or multiplicative Schwarz smoothers are used, then the multigrid V-cycle is… (More)

- Douglas N. Arnold, Richard S Falk, And R Winther
- 1998

We consider the solution of the system of linear algebraic equations which arises from the nite element discretization of boundary value problems associated to the diierential operator I ? grad div. The natural setting for such problems is in the Hilbert space H(div) and the variational formulation is based on the inner product in H(div). We show how to… (More)

- Douglas N. Arnold, Daniele Boffi, Richard S. Falk
- SIAM J. Numerical Analysis
- 2005

We consider the approximation properties of quadrilateral finite element spaces of vector fields defined by the Piola transform, extending results previously obtained for scalar approximation. The finite element spaces are constructed starting with a given finite dimensional space of vector fields on a square reference element, which is then transformed to… (More)

Local error estimates are derived which apply to most stable mixed finite element discretiza-tions of the stationary Stokes equations. Résumé. Les estimations locales d'erreur obtenues s'appliquentà la plupart des discrétisations stables paréléments finis mixtes duprobì eme de Stokes stationnaire. 1. Introduction. In this article we establish local error… (More)