The Wavelet Element MethodPart I : Construction and Analysis

@inproceedings{Claudio1997TheWE,
  title={The Wavelet Element MethodPart I : Construction and Analysis},
  author={Claudio and Canutoy and Anita and Tabaccoz and Karsten and Urbanx},
  year={1997}
}
  • Claudio, Canutoy, +3 authors Urbanx
  • Published 1997
The Wavelet Element Method (WEM) combines biorthogonal wavelet systems with the philosophy of Spectral Element Methods in order to obtain a biorthogonal wavelet system on fairly general bounded domains in some IR n. The domain of interest is split into subdomains which are mapped to a simple reference domain, here n{dimensional cubes. Thus, one has to construct appropriate biorthogonal wavelets on the reference domain such that mapping them to each subdomain and matching along the interfaces… CONTINUE READING
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