Volume 5, Issue 4
A Review of Unified A Posteriori Finite Element Error Control

C. Carstensen, M. Eigel, R. H. W. Hoppe & C. Löbhard

Numer. Math. Theor. Meth. Appl., 5 (2012), pp. 509-558.

Published online: 2012-05

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This paper aims at a general guideline to obtain a posteriori error estimates for the finite element error control in computational partial differential equations. In the abstract setting of mixed formulations, a generalised formulation of the corresponding residuals is proposed which then allows for the unified estimation of the respective dual norms. Notably, this can be done with an approach which is applicable in the same way to conforming, nonconforming and mixed discretisations. Subsequently, the unified approach is applied to various model problems. In particular, we consider the Laplace, Stokes, Navier-Lam\'e, and the semi-discrete eddy current equations.

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A~posteriori error analysis finite element method nonconforming finite element method mixed finite element method adaptive algorithm Poisson equation Lam\'e equations Stokes equations Maxwell equations unified a posteriori error analysis discontinuous Galerkin residual estimator

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65N30 65N15 35J25

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This paper aims at a general guideline to obtain a posteriori error estimates for the finite element error control in computational partial differential equations. In the abstract setting of mixed formulations, a generalised formulation of the corresponding residuals is proposed which then allows for the unified estimation of the respective dual norms. Notably, this can be done with an approach which is applicable in the same way to conforming, nonconforming and mixed discretisations. Subsequently, the unified approach is applied to various model problems. In particular, we consider the Laplace, Stokes, Navier-Lam\'e, and the semi-discrete eddy current equations.

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This paper aims at a general guideline to obtain a posteriori error estimates for the finite element error control in computational partial differential equations. In the abstract setting of mixed formulations, a generalised formulation of the corresponding residuals is proposed which then allows for the unified estimation of the respective dual norms. Notably, this can be done with an approach which is applicable in the same way to conforming, nonconforming and mixed discretisations. Subsequently, the unified approach is applied to various model problems. In particular, we consider the Laplace, Stokes, Navier-Lam\'e, and the semi-discrete eddy current equations.

C. Carstensen, M. Eigel, R. H. W. Hoppe & C. Löbhard. (1970). A Review of Unified A Posteriori Finite Element Error Control. Numerical Mathematics: Theory, Methods and Applications. 5 (4). 509-558. doi:10.4208/nmtma.2011.m1032
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