Highly Scalable Parallel Domain Decomposition Methods Wit H an Application to Biomechanics [preprint]

  title={Highly Scalable Parallel Domain Decomposition Methods Wit H an Application to Biomechanics [preprint]},
  author={Oliver Rheinbach},
Highly scalable parallel domain decomposition methods for elliptic partial differential equations are considered wi th a special emphasis on problems arising in elasticity. The focus of thi s survey article is on Finite Element Tearing and Interconne cti g (FETI) methods, a family of nonoverlapping domain decomposition methods wh ere the continuity between the subdomains, in principle, is enforced by the use of Lagrange multipliers. Exact onelevel and dual-prima l FETI methods as well as… CONTINUE READING
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