# An anisotropic hp-adaptation framework for functional prediction

@inproceedings{Ceze2012AnAH, title={An anisotropic hp-adaptation framework for functional prediction}, author={Marco Ceze and Krzysztof J. Fidkowski}, year={2012} }

- Published 2012

This paper presents a method for concurrent mesh and polynomial-order adaptation with the objective of direct minimization of output error using a selection process for choosing the optimal refinement option from a discrete set of choices that includes directional spatial resolution and approximation order increment. The scheme is geared towards compressible viscous aerodynamic flows, in which various solution features make certain refinement options more efficient compared to others. No… CONTINUE READING

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