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Shifted Laplace preconditioners for the Helmholtz equations

@article{Vuik2003ShiftedLP,
  title={Shifted Laplace preconditioners for the Helmholtz equations},
  author={Cornelis Vuik and Yogi A. Erlangga},
  journal={Reports of the Department of Applied Mathematical Analysis},
  year={2003}
}
  • C. Vuik, Y. Erlangga
  • Published 2003
  • Mathematics
  • Reports of the Department of Applied Mathematical Analysis
In this paper, we present a numerical method to solve the time-harmonic wave equation in 2D heterogeneous media. The underlying equation governs wave propagations and scattering phenomena arising in acoustic and optical problems. In particular, we look for solutions of the Helmholtz equation discretized by a finite difference method. Since the number of gridpoints per wavelength should be sufficiently large to result in acceptable solutions, for very high wavenumbers the discrete problem… Expand

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