ANU MATH4201/MATH6201
2016 Semester 1
Numerical Approximation of PDEs
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Assignment 2
1. (Weak compactness)
In Theorem 14 in the notes (page 38), we need an appropriate (weak) compactness
result to justify the statement:
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ANU MATH4201/MATH6201
2016 Semester 1
Numerical Approximation of PDEs
S. Roberts/M. Hegland/L. Stals
Assignment 1
1. Let a(u; v) be a V -elliptic and bounded (but not symmetric) bilinear form de ned
on a Hilbert space V . Show that there exists exactly on
ANU MATH4201/MATH6201
2016 Semester 1
Numerical Approximation of PDEs
S. Roberts/M. Hegland/L. Stals
Assignment 2
1. (Discrete Sobolev inequality) Let Vh be a finite dimensional space of linear functions
on triangles defined in the lectures. Investigate t
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