 By William Elwood Byerly

ISBN-10: 117152451X

ISBN-13: 9781171524519

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47). 1. 6. Let a piecewise linear function ip on r be given, whose nodes coincide with the vertices of an (ca, (j)-regular system of triangulations {Th} (ep is generally discontinuous at its nodes), such that w ds = 0, j = 1, ... , ?. o,r. 49) Proof. Let us again consider a boundary layer nh C f2, which is formed by all (closed) triangles T E Th such that T n r 0 0. Evidently Oh = U 1Zh) j=1 where flh is adjacent to the polygon 8Uj. 29)) in such a way that supp wh C 11h Consider a layer 12h. On (90j we choose the parameters of the flow equal to the corresponding values of the function cp, as we let them vanish on 812h-8flj.

1. 15). 1, we have I jqih - ext llo = 0(h), i = 1, 2, lldivgh + f - ullo = Ildiv(gh - q') I 1 0 = 0(h) for h --+ 0. 412. A Posteriori Error Bounds and the Two-Sided Energy Bound. Let us assume that we have evaluated both the approximation uh E Klh of the primal problem, and the approximation q"H E UOH of the dual problem. ) Then it is possible to evaluate an error bound for both the primal and the dual approximation. 1. 2. Let uh E K1h, q"H E UOH. 20) (4H, uh), 2 2 II4H - ;41 10 + (Idiv qH + f - ullo < E(qH, i1h).

Then, llvn - rhvnlll < chlvn12,0. 8) (it suffices to set vh = rhvn, where n is sufficiently great while h > 0 is sufficiently small). 4 Solution of Dual Problems by the Finite Element Method and Error Bounds In dealing with dual problems we have to distinguish problems Pl and P2, since they essentially differ in the construction of approximations of admissible functions. 18) in the set UO, in which we do not require-in contradistinction to U2-any differential equation to be fulfilled. 41. Problems with Absolute Terms.