Leszek Demkowicz
Leszek Demkowicz
Professor of Engineering Mechanics and Mathematics, University of Texas at Austin
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Computing with hp-adaptive finite elements: volume 1 one and two dimensional elliptic and Maxwell problems
L Demkowicz
CRC press, 2006
9362006
Toward a universal hp adaptive finite element strategy, Part 1. Constrained approximation and data structure
L Demkowicz, JT Oden, W Rachowicz, O Hardy
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 77 (1-2), 79-112, 1989
5281989
Toward a universal hp adaptive finite element strategy, Part 2. A posteriori error estimation
JT Oden, L Demkowicz, W Rachowicz, TA Westermann
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 77 (1-2), 113-180, 1989
4931989
Applied functional analysis
JT Oden, L Demkowicz
CRC press, 2017
4762017
Toward a universal hp adaptive finite element strategy part 3. design of hp meshes
W Rachowicz, JT Oden, L Demkowicz
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 77 (1-2), 181-212, 1989
3051989
A class of discontinuous Petrov–Galerkin methods. II. Optimal test functions
L Demkowicz, J Gopalakrishnan
Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations 27 (1), 70-105, 2011
2712011
A fully automatic hp-adaptivity
L Demkowicz, W Rachowicz, P Devloo
Journal of Scientific Computing 17 (1), 117-142, 2002
2522002
A class of discontinuous Petrov–Galerkin methods. Part I: The transport equation
L Demkowicz, J Gopalakrishnan
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 199 (23-24), 1558-1572, 2010
2142010
Modeling of electromagnetic absorption/scattering problems using hp-adaptive finite elements
L Demkowicz, L Vardapetyan
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 152 (1-2), 103-124, 1998
1951998
Mixed finite elements, compatibility conditions, and applications
F Brezzi, D Boffi, L Demkowicz, RG Durán, RS Falk, M Fortin
Springer 2, 4.2, 2008
1842008
A class of discontinuous Petrov–Galerkin methods. Part IV: The optimal test norm and time-harmonic wave propagation in 1D
J Zitelli, I Muga, L Demkowicz, J Gopalakrishnan, D Pardo, VM Calo
Journal of Computational Physics 230 (7), 2406-2432, 2011
1672011
Direct evaluation of the ‘worst’imperfection shape in shell buckling
M Deml, W Wunderlich
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 149 (1-4), 201-222, 1997
1581997
On an h-type mesh-refinement strategy based on minimization of interpolation errors
L Demkowicz, P Devloo, JT Oden
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 53 (1), 67-89, 1985
1581985
De Rham diagram for hp finite element spaces
L Demkowicz, P Monk, L Vardapetyan, W Rachowicz
Computers & Mathematics with Applications 39 (7-8), 29-38, 2000
1572000
An adaptive characteristic Petrov-Galerkin finite element method for convection-dominated linear and nonlinear parabolic problems in one space variable
L Demkowicz, JT Oden
Journal of Computational Physics 67 (1), 188-213, 1986
1431986
Breaking spaces and forms for the DPG method and applications including Maxwell equations
C Carstensen, L Demkowicz, J Gopalakrishnan
Computers & Mathematics with Applications 72 (3), 494-522, 2016
1412016
Analysis of the DPG method for the Poisson equation
L Demkowicz, J Gopalakrishnan
SIAM Journal on Numerical Analysis 49 (5), 1788-1809, 2011
1392011
Goal-oriented hp-adaptivity for elliptic problems
P Šolın, L Demkowicz
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 193 (6-8), 449-468, 2004
1282004
Solution of 3D-Laplace and Helmholtz equations in exterior domains using hp-infinite elements
K Gerdes, L Demkowicz
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 137 (3-4), 239-273, 1996
1271996
A class of discontinuous Petrov–Galerkin methods. Part III: Adaptivity
L Demkowicz, J Gopalakrishnan, AH Niemi
Applied numerical mathematics 62 (4), 396-427, 2012
1262012
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