Volume 38, Issue 2
A Balanced Oversampling Finite Element Method for Elliptic Problems with Observational Boundary Data

Zhiming Chen, Rui Tuo & Wenlong Zhang

J. Comp. Math., 38 (2020), pp. 355-374.

Published online: 2020-02

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  • Abstract

In this paper we propose a finite element method for solving elliptic equations with observational Dirichlet boundary data which may subject to random noises. The method is based on the weak formulation of Lagrangian multiplier and requires balanced oversampling of the measurements of the boundary data to control the random noises. We show the convergence of the random finite element error in expectation and, when the noise is sub-Gaussian, in the Orlicz $\psi_2$-norm which implies the probability that the finite element error estimates are violated decays exponentially. Numerical examples are included.

  • Keywords

Observational boundary data, Elliptic equation, Sub-Gaussian random variable.

  • AMS Subject Headings

65N30, 65D10, 41A15

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zmchen@lsec.cc.ac.cn (Zhiming Chen)

ruituo@tamu.edu (Rui Tuo)

zhangwl@sustc.edu.cn (Wenlong Zhang)

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In this paper we propose a finite element method for solving elliptic equations with observational Dirichlet boundary data which may subject to random noises. The method is based on the weak formulation of Lagrangian multiplier and requires balanced oversampling of the measurements of the boundary data to control the random noises. We show the convergence of the random finite element error in expectation and, when the noise is sub-Gaussian, in the Orlicz $\psi_2$-norm which implies the probability that the finite element error estimates are violated decays exponentially. Numerical examples are included.

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In this paper we propose a finite element method for solving elliptic equations with observational Dirichlet boundary data which may subject to random noises. The method is based on the weak formulation of Lagrangian multiplier and requires balanced oversampling of the measurements of the boundary data to control the random noises. We show the convergence of the random finite element error in expectation and, when the noise is sub-Gaussian, in the Orlicz $\psi_2$-norm which implies the probability that the finite element error estimates are violated decays exponentially. Numerical examples are included.

Zhiming Chen, Rui Tuo & Wenlong Zhang. (2020). A Balanced Oversampling Finite Element Method for Elliptic Problems with Observational Boundary Data. Journal of Computational Mathematics. 38 (2). 355-374. doi:10.4208/jcm.1810-m2017-0168
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