T. D. Pham

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Spherical radial basis functions are used to define approximate solutions to strongly elliptic and elliptic pseudodifferential equations on the unit sphere. These equations arise from geodesy. The approximate solutions are found by the Galerkin and collocation methods. A salient feature of the paper is a unified theory for error analysis of both(More)
Spherical radial basis functions are used to define approximate solutions to pseudodifferential equations of negative orders on the unit sphere. These equations arise from geodesy. The approximate solutions are found by the collocation method. A salient feature of our approach in this paper is a simple error analysis for the collocation method using the(More)
Spherical radial basis functions are used to define approximate solutions to strongly elliptic pseudodifferential equations on the unit sphere. These equations arise from geodesy. The approximate solutions are found by the Galerkin and collocation methods. A salient feature of the paper is a unified theory for error analysis of both approximation methods.
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