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Radial basis function (RBF) approximation is an extremely powerful tool for representing smooth functions in non-trivial geometries, since the method is meshfree and can be spectrally accurate. A perceived practical obstacle is that the interpolation matrix becomes increasingly ill-conditioned as the RBF shape parameter becomes small, corresponding to flat… (More)

Radial basis functions (RBFs) form a primary tool for multivariate interpolation, and they are also receiving increased attention for solving PDEs on irregular domains. Traditionally, only non-oscillatory radial functions have been considered. We find here that a certain class of oscillatory radial functions (including Gaussians as their limiting case)… (More)

Radial basis function (RBF) approximation has the potential to provide spectrally accurate function approximations for data given at scattered node locations. For smooth solutions, the best accuracy for a given number of node points is typically achieved when the basis functions are scaled to be nearly flat. This also results in nearly linearly dependent… (More)

The numerical solution of the Helmholtz equation subject to nonlocal radiation boundary conditions is studied. The speciic problem is the propagation of hydroacoustic waves in a two-dimensional curvilinear duct. The problem is discretized with a second-order accurate nite-diierence method, resulting in a linear system of equations. To solve the system of… (More)

Dependency-aware task-based parallel programming models have proven to be successful for developing efficient application software for multicore-based computer architectures. The programming model is amenable to programmers, thereby supporting productivity, whereas hardware performance is achieved through a runtime system that dynamically schedules tasks… (More)

- A Safdari-Vaighani, A Heryudono, E Larsson
- 2013

Numerical solution of multi-dimensional PDEs is a challenging problem with respect to computational cost and memory requirements, as well as regarding representation of realistic geometries and adaption to solution features. Meshfree methods such as global radial basis function approximation have been successfully applied to several types of problems.… (More)

Meshfree methods based on radial basis function (RBF) approximation are of interest for numerical solution of partial differential equations (PDEs) because they are flexible with respect to geometry, they can provide high order convergence, they allow for local refinement, and they are easy to implement in higher dimensions. For global RBF methods, one of… (More)

Mesh-free methods based on radial basis function (RBF) approximation are widely used for solving PDE problems. They are flexible with respect to the problem geometry and highly accurate. A disadvantage of these methods is that the linear system to be solved becomes dense for globally supported RBFs. A remedy is to introduce localisation techniques such as… (More)