Incremental unknowns for solving partial differential equations

@article{Chen1991IncrementalUF,
  title={Incremental unknowns for solving partial differential equations},
  author={Min Chen and Roger Temam},
  journal={Numerische Mathematik},
  year={1991},
  volume={59},
  pages={255-271}
}
SummaryIncremental unknowns have been proposed in [T] as a method to approximate fractal attractors by using finite difference approximations of evolution equations. In the case of linear elliptic problems, the utilization of incremental unknown methods provides a new way for solving such problems using several levels of discretization; the method is similar but different from the classical multigrid method.In this article we describe the application of incremental unknowns for solving Laplace… Expand
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