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Reference request: Riks method (Nonlinear FEM)

I'm struggling to find a good detailed reference explaining the Arc-length method or, more generally, Riks method and its derivations. I looked for the classical books in nonlinear mechanics (the ones ...
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Classification of multiobjective optimization algorithms

I am looking for a good (canonical?) overview paper(s)/book(s) on the classification of multiobjective optimization algorithms. I am focused on obtaining a representative set of Pareto optimal ...
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Good reference on the implementation and limitations of SDIRK methods

For the solution of many PDE, implicit high-order time integration schemes are required. I am specifically interested in schemes that do not require a constant time step. I am well acquainted with ...
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References to solve system of differential equations which describe the evolution of sandpile surface using the finite element method

I want to solve the following nonlinear system in 1D \begin{cases} \dot{R} + v \frac{\partial R }{\partial x} - \frac{\partial }{\partial x}\left( D \frac{\partial R }{\partial x} \right) -\Gamma =...
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Original paper on the augmented Lagrangian method in FEM

I am writing a paper in which I want to cite the earliest reference to the augmented Lagrangian method in FEM. For the pure Lagrangian method in FEM, the classical work of Babuška [1] is the original ...
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Is it Grid/Cluster/Cloud Computing? How are those terms defined?

There are three very connected and widely used terms: Grid and grid computing Cluster and cluster computing Cloud and cloud computing In many situations, it is not obvious which term to use, as I ...
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Reverse automatic differentiation and integration

In Symplectic Runge-Kutta schemes for adjoint equations, automatic differentiation, optimal control and more Sanz Serna writes: It is well known that the reverse mode of differentiation implies ...
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References for the nonlinear reaction-diffusion equation using Finite Element Methods

I want to study how to solve the following PDE \begin{cases} -\nabla \cdot(\ k(x,y) \ \nabla u \ ) + \beta(x,y)\ u^2 = f(x,y), \ (x,y) \in \Omega \subset \mathbb{R^2} \\ \hspace{0.5cm} u = ...
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Good references for dual-weighted residual (DWR) method for goal-oriented adaptive mesh refinement (AMR)

Can anyone help me with good references (books or papers) where I can learn about dual-weighted residual (DWR) method for goal-oriented adaptive mesh refinement (AMR)?
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Time integration of wave equation

My question is: how come that certain formulations of the wave equation can be time integrated more efficiently then others? Le me expand a bit on that. Consider the wave equation: $$ \frac{d^2 p(t,...
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What is the state of the art in solving stiff initial value problems?

I'm looking for current references on solving stiff ODEs. Most of what I know (say, BDF methods) apparently date back to the 1980's, and I feel like a lot of progress should have been made in that ...
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Cardinal B-Splines with derivative information

Have Schoenberg's cardinal B-splines been extended to accept derivative information at each knot, similar to how Lagrange interpolation can be improved by Hermite interpolation?
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Is there an optimization scheme/algorithm that converges, for this non-convex scenario but with some special properties

I have a smooth function $f(x) = \frac{g(x)}{h(x)}$ that is the ratio of two smooth convex functions $g(x)$ and $h(x)$. It is known that $f(x)$ has a global minimum, achieved at the unique point $x_0$....
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Research articles on MultiObjective Non-Linear Programming (MONLP)

I'm looking for papers dealing with multi-objective non-linear programming which could help me implement an algorithm to solve my problem. My problem is : Maximize $f(x) = c \cdot x$, while ...
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Numerical integration of Fokker-Planck equation allowing for negative drift?

The Fokker-Planck equation (a.k.a Kolmogorov forward equation or Smoluchowski equation) describes the evolution of a probability density function and numerical integration of the FPE should conserve ...
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Derivation of backward differentiation formulas(BDF)

I have been reading upon numerical techniques that are used to solve stiff ordinary differential equations. From the description given here, I could follow the steps till equation (5). I am finding ...
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Guide for finite-difference schemes for Hamilton-Jacobi-Bellman Equations

I need to solve a simple, low-dimensional Hamilton-Jacobi-Bellman equation. Is there a simple guide for doing this numerically using finite-difference schemes? I found a few research articles ...
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Good C++ optimization library for BFGS

To implement maximum likelihood estimators, I am looking for a good C++ optimization library that plays nicely with Eigen's matrix objects. Eigen has some capability of interfacing of its own but if ...
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Has there been a comparison bewteen SIMPLE/SIMPLER and JFNK for steady CFD?

I'm looking for a comparison between the Jacobian-Free Newton-Krylov (JFNK) method performance compared to the conventional CFD nonlinear solution methodologies like SIMPLE. Does anyone know if such ...
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Elliptic equation with finite volume and unstructured high order geometry

I have found that in unstructured mesh, discretizing the laplacian operator with finite volumes requires special care, as given in An Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics: The Finite Volume ...
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Term for the typical “linear in the larger dimension, quadratic in the smaller” cost for linear algebra

Many dense linear algebra decompositions (QR, SVD...) on an $m\times n$ matrix have cost $$ O(\max(m,n)\min(m,n)^2) $$ when implemented in practice on a computer. Is there a colloquial name or a more ...
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Sensitivity Lagrangian solution general case

I have asked this question already on maths and mathoverflow. Just a question about a literature reference. I am writing a paper for engineers. Usually for the Lagrange multiplier problem $$ \...
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What good are hard-sphere event-driven molecular dynamics simulations in the face of chaos?

Simple hard-sphere dynamical systems can exhibit chaotic dynamics. Due to finite-precision arithmetic when implemented on a computer, the presence of chaos implies that for a given set of initial data,...
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For noisy or fine-structured data, are there better quadratures than the midpoint rule?

Only the first two sections of this long question are essential. The others are just for illustration. Background Advanced quadratures such as higher-degree composite Newton–Cotes, Gauß–Legendre, ...
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References in Scientific Computation for a Computer Science Undergrad? [duplicate]

TLDR: What references and pre-requisites are necessary for a Computer Science Undergraduate to get ready for a Masters and Career in Scientific Computation / Computational X For a Computer Science ...
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Implementation of a ratio with a well-defined limit

I'm implementing a function $f(x_1, x_2, \dots x_n)$ given by the ratio of two closed form equations. $$ f(x_1, x_2, \dots, x_n) = \frac{g(x_1, x_2, \dots, x_n)}{h(x_1, x_2, \dots, x_n)} $$ ...
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Physics Simulation in C++

OK, I know a bit of C++ (very basic syntax), and I want to do physics simulation in C++, like stuff like (also the things mentioned here): Ripples and waves over a 2-d surface Vibrating string/...
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How to directly compute the inverse of an ill-conditioned dense matrix

I know that it is generally a bad idea to compute the inverse matrix directly. However, if it is necessary to compute the inverse of an ill-conditioned invertible dense matrix, then what can I try? ...
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Computation of the heat kernel from Brownian motion

This question is rather simple but I have some difficulties to find code. Let us suppose that I wrote a routine, in a given language, that computes the evolution of a particle doing Brownian motion in ...
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Analysis and numerical methods for PDEs arising in industrial problems

Assume some basic knowledge of numerical methods for PDEs, acquired through A. Quarteroni's Numerical models for differential problems. I'm looking for a reference to get started on the analysis of ...
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Radiation boundary condition (heat transfer)

I am looking for reference on how to implement nonlinear boundary conditions. Specifically, I am interested in implementing a radiation boundary condition for heat transfer with the FEM: $-k \frac {\...
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Reference request: free/open source books on intro numerical PDE

I'm interested in finding a free online textbook that is an introductory textbook on numerical PDE for engineers. It should cover the basics of finite differences, finite elements, and Fourier series ...
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pde-constrained optimization

I'm trying to solve a problem where I have a initial and final distribution of tumor, and my goal is to find the best map of parameters (diffusion and reaction terms) for a reaction-diffusion equation,...
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Resources on mesh generation for finite element methods

I know that this is not really apart of the rules as this is a recommendation question and these don't really have an answer per say. But, like this forum posting: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/...
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C++ template design pattern for groups (algebra)

Having both programmed my share of c++ and studied some beginners group theory some year ago, I got curious about this... Is there any particularly popular template based (object oriented) design ...
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Do practice and theory differ substantially when implementing Neumann Boundary Conditions using a Mixed Method?

I have implemented a pretty straightforward finite element solver for the following Poisson equation. For the purposes of this question we can assume the source term and the Dirichlet data both ...
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First appearance of the phrase “inverse crime”

In research on inverse problems, it's common to construct a synthetic data set from a known set of parameters and then test whether the inversion technique can reconstruct those parameters. In doing ...
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Computing Direct Scattering Transform

I'm working on the Nonlinear Schrodinger equation (NLSE) in 1d: $$i\psi _t (t,x)+ \psi _{xx} + |\psi|^2\psi = 0 \, ,$$ for $t\geq 0$ and $x\in \mathbb{R}$. This equation is integrable, and so ...
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Comparison between FEM libraries & languages

Is there any modern online resources which compares the most popular finite element method libraries/packages/languages?
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Leveraging scipy for matrix free finite elements

This will be a very general question. I have a 3D finite element code in Python which I would like to extend to handle "large" problems (~10^8 unknowns in the global system). Right now I am using the ...
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Sharing a matrix with the math community

What would currently be the best way to share a matrix with the math community? (I'm aware of Matrix Market but it seems the last update was in 2007...)
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Resources for solving fluid-structure interaction problems

I would like to get started solving Fluid-Structure interaction problems. I already have some experience with Finite Elements, including my own MATLAB and Julia software packages for developing ...
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Preconditioner for scalar laplacian system

Suppose that I have a large (on the order of 10^6 unknowns) 3D scalar Poisson system which I would like to precondition. The boundary conditions have been treated so that the system is SPD. I.e., $$\...
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Newbie help on FEM contact problem

I am modelling the time-evolution of a soft material with a tetrahedral mesh. I use an FEM method to compute the forces on each node, and then numerically integrate the positions and velocity of the ...
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Discrete operator textbooks

This will be a vague question. When I was writing a finite element matrix assembly routine, a colleague noticed that I had a bug in my code because the sparsity pattern of the one of the blocks didn'...
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Kahan Summation for Three-Term Recurrences

Kahan summation applies to summation problems, but not to three-term recurrence relations. However, a three-term recurrence shares many of the features of a summation-albeit with a rescaling step at ...
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Rhie--Chow interpolation on PDE level

The Rhie--Chow [1] interpolation seems to be a standard tool in the Finite-Volume discretization of incompressible flows. It is commonly defined on the discrete level [2]. In the lecture notes [3] --...
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Reference request for computational fluid dynamics

I have good background of finite element methods and continuum mechanics and I am familiar with fluid mechanics. My aim is to understand the required theory and to write my own simple codes using ...
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A program to simulate cellular automaton model

I have worked on mathematical modeling based on differential equations, and now I want to simulate a cellular automaton based on a ...
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Optimizing estimator of composed functions when function is known

Note: This was cross-posted from comp-sci, as I didn't know this community existed! I have a problem which I'm looking to see if there is literature on: Consider three types of actors, a Director, ...