The advantages of solving potential problems using an overdetermined boundary integral element method are examined. Representing a 2-dimensional potential solution by an analytic complex function forms two algebraic systems from the real and imaginary parts of the discretized form of the Cauchy theorem. Depending on which boundary condition is prescribed… (More)

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@inproceedings{Schultz2003SolutionOP,
title={Solution of Potential Problems Using an Overdetermined Complex Boundary Integral Method},
author={W. W. Schultz and S. W. Hong},
year={2003}
}