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Inexact IETI-DP for conforming isogeometric multi-patch discretizations

  title={Inexact IETI-DP for conforming isogeometric multi-patch discretizations},
  author={Rainer Schneckenleitner and Stefan Takacs},
In this paper, we investigate Dual-Primal Isogeometric Tearing and Interconnecting (IETI-DP) methods for conforming Galerkin discretizations on multi-patch computational domains with inexact subdomain solvers. Recently, the authors have proven a condition number estimate for a IETI-DP method using sparse LU factorizations for the subdomain problems that is explicit, among other parameters, in the grid size and the spline degree. In the present paper, we replace the sparse LU factorizations by… 

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