Yan Jiang
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An Alternative Formulation of Finite Difference Weighted ENO Schemes with Lax--Wendroff Time Discretization for Conservation Laws
Y Jiang, CW Shu, M Zhang
SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 35 (2), A1137-A1160, 2013
742013
Free-stream preserving finite difference schemes on curvilinear meshes
Y Jiang, CW Shu, M Zhang
Methods and applications of analysis 21 (1), 1-30, 2014
352014
Energy stable discontinuous Galerkin methods for Maxwell's equations in nonlinear optical media
VA Bokil, Y Cheng, Y Jiang, F Li
Journal of Computational Physics 350, 420-452, 2017
282017
A WENO-based Method of Lines Transpose approach for Vlasov simulations
A Christlieb, W Guo, Y Jiang
Journal of Computational Physics 327, 337-367, 2016
142016
A high-order finite difference WENO scheme for ideal magnetohydrodynamics on curvilinear meshes
AJ Christlieb, X Feng, Y Jiang, Q Tang
SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 40 (4), A2631-A2666, 2018
132018
High spatial order energy stable FDTD methods for Maxwell’s equations in nonlinear optical media in one dimension
VA Bokil, Y Cheng, Y Jiang, F Li, P Sakkaplangkul
Journal of Scientific Computing 77 (1), 330-371, 2018
122018
Kernel based high order “explicit” unconditionally stable scheme for nonlinear degenerate advection-diffusion equations
A Christlieb, W Guo, Y Jiang, H Yang
Journal of Scientific Computing 82 (3), 1-29, 2020
102020
A kernel based high order “explicit” unconditionally stable scheme for time dependent Hamilton–Jacobi equations
A Christlieb, W Guo, Y Jiang
Journal of Computational Physics 379, 214-236, 2019
72019
An adaptive high-order piecewise polynomial based sparse grid collocation method with applications
Z Tao, Y Jiang, Y Cheng
Journal of Computational Physics 433, 109770, 2021
62021
High-order finite difference WENO schemes with positivity-preserving limiter for correlated random walk with density-dependent turning rates
Y Jiang, CW Shu, M Zhang
Mathematical Models and Methods in Applied Sciences 25 (08), 1553-1588, 2015
52015
Dispersion analysis of finite difference and discontinuous Galerkin schemes for Maxwell's equations in linear Lorentz media
Y Jiang, P Sakkaplangkul, VA Bokil, Y Cheng, F Li
Journal of Computational Physics 394, 100-135, 2019
32019
High Order Finite Difference Multi-resolution WENO Method for Nonlinear Degenerate Parabolic Equations
Y Jiang
Journal of Scientific Computing 86 (1), 1-20, 2021
22021
Free-stream preserving finite difference schemes for ideal magnetohydrodynamics on curvilinear meshes
Y Yu, Y Jiang, M Zhang
Journal of Scientific Computing 82 (1), 1-26, 2020
22020
A moving mesh WENO method based on exponential polynomials for one-dimensional conservation laws
A Christlieb, W Guo, Y Jiang, H Yang
Journal of Computational Physics 380, 334-354, 2019
22019
A Kernel Based High Order" Explicit" Unconditionally Stable Constrained Transport Method for Ideal Magnetohydrodynamics
F Cakir, A Christlieb, Y Jiang
arXiv preprint arXiv:1908.01023, 2019
12019
The effect of the sensitivity parameter in weighted essentially non-oscillatory methods
B Dong, S Gottlieb, Y Hristova, Y Jiang, H Wang
Topics in Numerical Partial Differential Equations and Scientific Computing …, 2016
12016
An oscillation free local discontinuous Galerkin method for nonlinear degenerate parabolic equations
Q Tao, Y Liu, Y Jiang, J Lu
arXiv preprint arXiv:2109.04168, 2021
2021
A high order boundary scheme to simulate complex moving rigid body under impingement of shock wave
Z Cheng, S Liu, Y Jiang, J Lu, M Zhang, S Zhang
Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 42 (6), 841-854, 2021
2021
A High Order Finite Difference Weighted Essentially NonOscillatory Scheme with a Kernel-Based Constrained Transport Method for Ideal Magnetohydrodynamics
F Cakir, A Christlieb, Y Jiang
SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 43 (3), B598-B622, 2021
2021
A Kernel Based Unconditionally Stable Scheme for Nonlinear Parabolic Partial Differential Equations
K Wang, A Christlieb, Y Jiang, M Zhang
arXiv preprint arXiv:2001.04093, 2020
2020
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