Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/11455/71293
標題: A two-grid discretization scheme for semilinear elliptic eigenvalue problems
作者: Chien, C.S.
Jeng, B.W.
關鍵字: two-grid scheme;linear eigenvalue problems;nonlinear eigenvalue;problems;continuation method;finite element method;singular points;corank-2 bifurcation points;element error estimators;boundary-value-problems;continuation problems;multigrid techniques;3;dimensions;equations;systems;algorithm;symmetry
Project: Siam Journal on Scientific Computing
期刊/報告no:: Siam Journal on Scientific Computing, Volume 27, Issue 4, Page(s) 1287-1304.
摘要: 
We present a two-grid finite element discretization scheme with a two-loop continuation algorithm for tracing solution branches of semilinear elliptic eigenvalue problems. First we use the predictor-corrector continuation method to compute an approximating point for the solution curve on the coarse grid. Then we use this approximating point as a predicted point for the solution curve on the. ne grid. In the corrector step we solve the first and the second order approximations of the nonlinear PDE to obtain corrections for the state variable on the. ne grid and the coarse grid, respectively. The continuation parameter is updated by computing the Rayleigh quotient on the. ne space. To guarantee the approximating point we just obtained lies on the solution curve, we perform Newton's method. We repeat the process described above until the solution curve on the. ne space is obtained. We show how the singular points, such as folds and bifurcation points, can be well approximated. Comprehensive numerical experiments show that the two-grid finite element discretization scheme with a two-loop continuation algorithm is efficient and robust for solving second order semilinear elliptic eigenvalue problems.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11455/71293
ISSN: 1064-8275
DOI: 10.1137/030602447
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