An alternating direction Galerkin method for nonlinear parabolic problems.
Franklin, John Mark
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An implementation of the Laplace modified centered difference Galerkin method for the solution of the general non-linear parabolic differential equation. Alternating directions methods are used to approximate the solution in two dimensions for a rectangle. Hermite cubics are used as basis functions for the space.
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