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Title: Advances in Discretization Methods :
Other Titles: Discontinuities, Virtual Elements, Fictitious Domain Methods /
Authors: Ventura, Giulio. ;;Benvenuti, Elena. ;
subject: Engineering;Computer Science;Physics;Applied mathematics. ;;Engineering mathematics. ;sh85043235. ;;Engineering;Appl.Mathematics/Computational Methods of Engineering. ;;Computational Mathematics and Numerical Analysis. ;;Numerical and Computational Physics. ;;519 ; 23 ;;TA640-643 ;
Year: 2016
place: Cham :
Publisher: Springer International Publishing :
Imprint: Springer,
Series/Report no.: SEMA SIMAI Springer Series, ; 2199-3041 ; ; 12. ;
SEMA SIMAI Springer series. ; 2199-3041 ; ; 12. ;no2014124937. ;
Abstract: This book gathers selected contributions on emerging research work presented at the International Conference eXtended Discretization MethodS (X-DMS), held in Ferrara in September 2015. It highlights the most relevant advances made at the international level in the context of expanding classical discretization methods, like finite elements, to the numerical analysis of a variety of physical problems. The improvements are intended to achieve higher computational efficiency and to account for special features of the solution directly in the approximation space and/or in the discretization procedure. The methods described include, among others, partition of unity methods (meshfree, XFEM, GFEM), virtual element methods, fictitious domain methods, and special techniques for static and evolving interfaces. The uniting feature of all contributions is the direct link between computational methodologies and their application to different engineering areas. ;
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Printed edition: ; 9783319412450. ;

URI: http://46.100.53.162/handle/Ebook/134648
http://46.100.53.162/handle/Ebook/54459
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/355240
ISBN: 9783319412467 ;
9783319412450 (print) ;
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Title: Advances in Discretization Methods :
Other Titles: Discontinuities, Virtual Elements, Fictitious Domain Methods /
Authors: Ventura, Giulio. ;;Benvenuti, Elena. ;
subject: Engineering;Computer Science;Physics;Applied mathematics. ;;Engineering mathematics. ;sh85043235. ;;Engineering;Appl.Mathematics/Computational Methods of Engineering. ;;Computational Mathematics and Numerical Analysis. ;;Numerical and Computational Physics. ;;519 ; 23 ;;TA640-643 ;
Year: 2016
place: Cham :
Publisher: Springer International Publishing :
Imprint: Springer,
Series/Report no.: SEMA SIMAI Springer Series, ; 2199-3041 ; ; 12. ;
SEMA SIMAI Springer series. ; 2199-3041 ; ; 12. ;no2014124937. ;
Abstract: This book gathers selected contributions on emerging research work presented at the International Conference eXtended Discretization MethodS (X-DMS), held in Ferrara in September 2015. It highlights the most relevant advances made at the international level in the context of expanding classical discretization methods, like finite elements, to the numerical analysis of a variety of physical problems. The improvements are intended to achieve higher computational efficiency and to account for special features of the solution directly in the approximation space and/or in the discretization procedure. The methods described include, among others, partition of unity methods (meshfree, XFEM, GFEM), virtual element methods, fictitious domain methods, and special techniques for static and evolving interfaces. The uniting feature of all contributions is the direct link between computational methodologies and their application to different engineering areas. ;
Description: 

Printed edition: ; 9783319412450. ;

URI: http://46.100.53.162/handle/Ebook/134648
http://46.100.53.162/handle/Ebook/54459
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/355240
ISBN: 9783319412467 ;
9783319412450 (print) ;
Appears in Collections:Civil Engineering

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Title: Advances in Discretization Methods :
Other Titles: Discontinuities, Virtual Elements, Fictitious Domain Methods /
Authors: Ventura, Giulio. ;;Benvenuti, Elena. ;
subject: Engineering;Computer Science;Physics;Applied mathematics. ;;Engineering mathematics. ;sh85043235. ;;Engineering;Appl.Mathematics/Computational Methods of Engineering. ;;Computational Mathematics and Numerical Analysis. ;;Numerical and Computational Physics. ;;519 ; 23 ;;TA640-643 ;
Year: 2016
place: Cham :
Publisher: Springer International Publishing :
Imprint: Springer,
Series/Report no.: SEMA SIMAI Springer Series, ; 2199-3041 ; ; 12. ;
SEMA SIMAI Springer series. ; 2199-3041 ; ; 12. ;no2014124937. ;
Abstract: This book gathers selected contributions on emerging research work presented at the International Conference eXtended Discretization MethodS (X-DMS), held in Ferrara in September 2015. It highlights the most relevant advances made at the international level in the context of expanding classical discretization methods, like finite elements, to the numerical analysis of a variety of physical problems. The improvements are intended to achieve higher computational efficiency and to account for special features of the solution directly in the approximation space and/or in the discretization procedure. The methods described include, among others, partition of unity methods (meshfree, XFEM, GFEM), virtual element methods, fictitious domain methods, and special techniques for static and evolving interfaces. The uniting feature of all contributions is the direct link between computational methodologies and their application to different engineering areas. ;
Description: 

Printed edition: ; 9783319412450. ;

URI: http://46.100.53.162/handle/Ebook/134648
http://46.100.53.162/handle/Ebook/54459
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/355240
ISBN: 9783319412467 ;
9783319412450 (print) ;
Appears in Collections:Civil Engineering

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