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We study the modificationA→A' of an affine domainA which produces another affine domainA'=A[I/f] whereI is a nontrivial ideal ofA andf is a nonzero element ofI.


Although Spin0 () is usually reducible, we show that a Casimir element for always acts scalarly on it.


A pattern for an element of a Weyl group is its image under a combinatorially defined map to a subgroup generated by reflections.


A frame in a Hilbert space allows every element in to be written as a linear combination of the frame elements, with coefficients called frame coefficients.


A wandering set for a map ? is a set containing precisely one element from each orbit of ?.


We make these coefficients independent of an element f ∈ X.


Surprisingly, for a properly chosen sequence of coefficients we obtain results similar to the previous results on greedy expansions when the coefficients were determined by an element f.


A kind of domain decomposition that uses the finite element procedure is given.


Finite element simulations for compressible miscible displacement with molecular dispersion in porous media


Chebyshev spectralfinite element method for incompressible fluid flow


In this paper, we propose a mixed method for solving twodimensional unsteady vorticity equations by using Chebyshev spectralfinite element approximation.


A boundary element method for a nonlinear boundary value problem in steadystate heat transfer in dimension three


Moreover, a boundary element method is presented for its solution and the error estimates of the numerical approximations are given.


Nonconforming finite element penalty method for stokes equation


A special penalty method is presented to improve the accuracy of the standard penalty method for solving Stokes equation with nonconforming finite element.


When either a node or a link in a faulttolerant network fails, the communication from one node to another using this faulty element must be sent via one or more intermediate nodes along a sequence of paths determined by this routing.


Mixed finite element method for the convectiondominated diffusion problems with small parameterε


The paper also shows that under some conditions,the standard finite element method only gives a bounded solution, ho we ver the mixed finite element method gives a convergent one.


Nonconforming stabilized finite element methods based on Rieszrepresenting operators


Spectral finite element method for a unsteady transport equation

