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- Messaoud Boulbrachene, Boumediène Chentouf
- Applied Mathematics and Computation
- 2004

- M. BOULBRACHENE
- 2002

This paper deals with a system of quasi-variational inequalities with noncoercive operators. We prove the existence of a unique weak solution using a lower and upper solutions approach. Furthermore, by means of a Banach's fixed point approach, we also prove that the standard finite element approximation applied to this system is quasi-optimally accurate in… (More)

This paper is devoted to the approximation by a piecewise linear finite element method of a noncoercive system of elliptic quasi-variational inequalities arising in the management of energy production. A quasi-optimal L ∞ error estimate is established, using the concept of subsolution.

In this paper we provide a simple proof to derive L ∞-error estimate for a noncoercive system of quasi-variational inequalities related to the management of energy production. The key idea is a discrete L ∞-stability property owned by the corresponding coercive problem.

- Messaoud Boulbrachene
- Applied Mathematics and Computation
- 2005

- Abida Harbi, Messaoud Boulbrachene
- J. Applied Mathematics
- 2011

- Messaoud Boulbrachene
- Appl. Math. Lett.
- 2002

- Messaoud Boulbrachene, Qais Al Farei
- Applied Mathematics and Computation
- 2014

Keywords: Elliptic PDEs Schwarz alternating method Nonmatching grids Finite element L 1 – error estimate a b s t r a c t In this paper, we study a nonmatching grid finite element approximation of linear elliptic PDEs in the context of the Schwarz alternating domain decomposition.We show that the approximation converges optimally in the maximum norm, on each… (More)

This paper is concerned with the standard finite element approximation of Hamilton-Jacobi-Bellman Equations (HJB) with nonlinear source terms. Under a realistic condition on the nonlinearity, we characterize the discrete solution as a fixed point of a contraction. As a result of this, we also derive a sharp L ∞-error estimate of the approximation.

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