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- Z. CAI, S. F. MCCORMICK
- 1997

Following our earlier work on general second-order scalar equations, here we develop a least-squares functional for the two-and three-dimensional Stokes equations, generalized slightly by allowing a pressure term in the continuity equation. By introducing a velocity flux variable and associated curl and trace equations, we are able to establish ellipticity… (More)

- Marian Brezina, Andrew J. Cleary, +5 authors John W. Ruge
- SIAM J. Scientific Computing
- 2001

We introduce AMGe, an algebraic multigrid method for solving the discrete equations that arise in Ritz-type nite element methods for partial diierential equations. Assuming access to the element stiiness matrices, AMGe is based on the use of two local measures, which are derived from global measures that appear in existing multigrid theory. These new… (More)

This paper develops a least-squares approach to the solution of the incompressible Navier–Stokes equations in primitive variables. As with our earlier work on Stokes equations, we recast the Navier–Stokes equations as a first-order system by introducing a velocity-flux variable and associated curl and trace equations. We show that a least-squares principle… (More)

- Tim Chartier, Robert D. Falgout, +5 authors Panayot S. Vassilevski
- SIAM J. Scientific Computing
- 2003

Spectral AMGe (ρAMGe), is a new algebraic multigrid method for solving discretizations that arise in Ritz-type finite element methods for partial differential equations. The method assumes access to the element stiffness matrices in order to lessen certain presumptions that can limit other algebraic methods. ρAMGe uses the spectral decomposition of small… (More)

- Andrew J. Cleary, Robert D. Falgout, +5 authors John W. Ruge
- SIAM J. Scientific Computing
- 2000

Algebraic multigrid (AMG) is currently undergoing a resurgence in popularity, due in part to the dramatic increase in the need to solve physical problems posed on very large, unstructured grids. While AMG has proved its usefulness on various problem types, it is not commonly understood how wide a range of applicability the method has. In this study, we… (More)

- Multigrid, M. Brezina, +4 authors J. Ruge
- 2005

Substantial effort has been focused over the last two decades on developing multilevel iterative methods capable of solving the large linear systems encountered in engineering practice. These systems often arise from discretizing partial differential equations over unstructured meshes, and the particular parameters or geometry of the physical problem being… (More)

This paper continues the development of the least-squares methodology for the solution of the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations started in Part I. Here we again use a velocity-flux first-order Navier-Stokes system, but our focus now is on a practical algorithm based on a discrete negative norm.

- Marian Brezina, Thomas A. Manteuffel, Stephen F. McCormick, John W. Ruge, Geoffrey Sanders
- SIAM J. Scientific Computing
- 2010

- Thomas A. Manteuffel, Stephen F. McCormick, Minho Park, John W. Ruge
- Numerical Lin. Alg. with Applic.
- 2010

Bootstrap Algebraic Multigrid (BAMG) is a multigrid-based solver for matrix equations of the form Ax = b. Its aim is to automatically determine the interpolation weights used in algebraic multigrid (AMG) by locally fitting a set of test vectors that have been relaxed as solutions to the corresponding homogeneous equation, Ax = 0, and are then possibly… (More)

- Markus Berndt, Thomas A. Manteuffel, Stephen F. McCormick, Gerhard Starke
- SIAM J. Numerical Analysis
- 2005

First-order system least squares (FOSLS) is a recently developed methodology for solving partial differential equations. Among its advantages are that the finite element spaces are not restricted by the inf-sup condition imposed, for example, on mixed methods and that the least-squares functional itself serves as an appropriate error measure. This paper… (More)