The mosaic of high performance Domain Decomposition Methods for Structural Mechanics : Formulation , interrelation and numerical efficiency of primal and dual methods

@inproceedings{Fragakis2003TheMO,
  title={The mosaic of high performance Domain Decomposition Methods for Structural Mechanics : Formulation , interrelation and numerical efficiency of primal and dual methods},
  author={Yannis Fragakis and Manolis Papadrakakis},
  year={2003}
}
A multitude of Domain Decomposition Methods (DDM) for Structural Mechanics is available in the literature today. A unified framework for formulating primal and dual DDM is thus presented in this paper, aiming at providing a mathematical platform for a uniform treatment of high performance DDM in Structural Mechanics. A novel approach for developing new DDM from existing methods is also proposed and is applied to dual and primal methods. In the field of the FETI methods, this approach leads to a… CONTINUE READING
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