# Computing with Hp-Adaptive Finite Elements, Vol. 2: Frontiers: Three Dimensional Elliptic and Maxwell Problems with Applications

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Rating | : | 4.54 (774 Votes) |

Asin | : | 1584886722 |

Format Type | : | paperback |

Number of Pages | : | 440 Pages |

Publish Date | : | 2013-11-14 |

Language | : | English |

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Lengthy book with many mistakes Computing with Hp-Adaptive Finite Elements, Vol. 1: One and Two Dimensional Elliptic and Maxwell Problems The book is very theoretical as opposed to its title, according to which one would expect how to learn to compute with hp-FEM. Lots of mistakes throughout the book make the reading very difficult. For example, I tried to learn about the screen problem for the Maxwell's equations presented in paragraph 19.Lengthy book with many mistakes FEM Student Computing with Hp-Adaptive Finite Elements, Vol. 1: One and Two Dimensional Elliptic and Maxwell Problems The book is very theoretical as opposed to its title, according to which one would expect how to learn to compute with hp-FEM. Lots of mistakes throughout the book make the reading very difficult. For example, I tried to learn about the screen problem for the Maxwell's equations presented in paragraph 19.4.1.. .1.. Artan Qerushi said The codes discussed in the second volume are not publicly available. I bought the second volume hoping I would learn something about the The codes discussed in the second volume are not publicly available I bought the second volume hoping I would learn something about the 3D code discussed in the book. But then I discovered that neither the serial nor the parallel version of the 3D code discussed in the book are available to the public. The only code related to the second volume that I could find on the internet is an older version of the serial code which was last updated in 2001. I then sent an e-mail to one of . D code discussed in the book. But then I discovered that neither the serial nor the parallel version of the The codes discussed in the second volume are not publicly available I bought the second volume hoping I would learn something about the 3D code discussed in the book. But then I discovered that neither the serial nor the parallel version of the 3D code discussed in the book are available to the public. The only code related to the second volume that I could find on the internet is an older version of the serial code which was last updated in 2001. I then sent an e-mail to one of . D code discussed in the book are available to the public. The only code related to the second volume that I could find on the internet is an older version of the serial code which was last updated in "The codes discussed in the second volume are not publicly available" according to Artan Qerushi. I bought the second volume hoping I would learn something about the The codes discussed in the second volume are not publicly available I bought the second volume hoping I would learn something about the 3D code discussed in the book. But then I discovered that neither the serial nor the parallel version of the 3D code discussed in the book are available to the public. The only code related to the second volume that I could find on the internet is an older version of the serial code which was last updated in 2001. I then sent an e-mail to one of . D code discussed in the book. But then I discovered that neither the serial nor the parallel version of the The codes discussed in the second volume are not publicly available I bought the second volume hoping I would learn something about the 3D code discussed in the book. But then I discovered that neither the serial nor the parallel version of the 3D code discussed in the book are available to the public. The only code related to the second volume that I could find on the internet is an older version of the serial code which was last updated in 2001. I then sent an e-mail to one of . D code discussed in the book are available to the public. The only code related to the second volume that I could find on the internet is an older version of the serial code which was last updated in 2001. I then sent an e-mail to one of . 001. I then sent an e-mail to one of

Taking the next step in hp technology, Volume II Frontiers: Three-Dimensional Elliptic and Maxwell Problems with Applications presents the theoretical foundations of the 3D hp algorithm and provides numerical results using the 3Dhp code developed by the authors and their colleagues.The first part of the book focuses on fundamentals of the 3D theory of hp methods as well as issues that arise when the code is implemented. After a review of boundary-value problems, the book examines exact hp sequences, projection-based interpolation,