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Unformatted text preview: Adjerid, J.E. Flaherty, and I. Babuska. A posteriori error estimation for the nite element method-of-lines solution of parabolic problems. Mathematical Models and Methods in Applied Science, 9:261{286, 1999. 3] S. Adjerid, J.E. Flaherty, and Y.J. Wang. A posteriori error estimation with nite element methods of lines for one-dimensional parabolic systems. Numererishe Mathematik, 65:1{21, 1993. 4] M. Ai a. Adaptive hp-Re nement Methods for Singularly-Perturbed Elliptic and Parabolic Systems. PhD thesis, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, 1997. 5] M. Ainsworth and J.T. Oden. A uni ed approach to a posteriori error estimation using element residual methods. Numeriche Mathematik, 65:23{50, 1993. 6] O. Axelsson and V.A. Barker. Finite Element Solution of Boundary Value Problems. Academic Press, Orlando, 1984. 7] I. Babuska, T. Strouboulis, and C.S. Upadhyay. A model study of the quality of a-posteriori estimators for linear elliptic problems. Part Ia: Error estimation in the interior of patchwise uniform grids of...
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