Algebraic methods, like the cell method or the finite integration technique are known to be effective in solving numerical problems, but they are limited to linear convergence, i.e., they exactly reconstruct constant fields inside the element. A few attempts in the literature have been aimed at extending the method to higher order, but results have not been… (More)

@article{Alotto2013AlgebraicSO,
title={Algebraic Second Order Hodge Operator for Poisson's Equation},
author={Piergiorgio Alotto and Fabio Freschi and Maurizio Repetto},
journal={IEEE Transactions on Magnetics},
year={2013},
volume={49},
pages={1761-1764}
}