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  1. Numerical homogenization by localized orthogonal decomposition

    MÃ¥lqvist, Axel
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania : Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM, 3600 Market Street, Floor 6, Philadelphia, PA 19104), [2021]

    This book presents the first survey of the Localized Orthogonal Decomposition (LOD) method, a pioneering approach for the numerical homogenization of partial differential equations with multiscale data beyond periodicity and scale separation. The authors provide a careful error analysis, including previously unpublished results, present a complete implementation of the LOD method in MATLAB, and reveal how the LOD method relates to classical homogenization and domain decomposition. Illustrated with numerical experiments that demonstrate the significance of the method, the book is enhanced by a survey of applications including eigenvalue problems and evolution problems. Numerical Homogenization by Localized Orthogonal Decomposition is appropriate for graduate students in applied mathematics, numerical analysis, and scientific computing. Researchers in the field of computational partial differential equations will find this self-contained book of interest, as will applied scientists and engineers interested in multiscale simulationThis book presents the first survey of the Localized Orthogonal Decomposition (LOD) method, a pioneering approach for the numerical homogenization of partial differential equations with multiscale data beyond periodicity and scale separation. The authors provide a careful error analysis, including previously unpublished results, and a complete implementation of the method in MATLAB. They also reveal how the LOD method relates to classical homogenization and domain decomposition. Illustrated with numerical experiments that demonstrate the significance of the method, the book is enhanced by a survey of applications including eigenvalue problems and evolution problems. Numerical Homogenization by Localized Orthogonal Decomposition is appropriate for graduate students in applied mathematics, numerical analysis, and scientific computing. Researchers in the field of computational partial differential equations will find this self-contained book of interest, as will applied scientists and engineers interested in multiscale simulation.

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