Volume 16, Issue 6
Global Superconvergence Estimates of Finite Element Method for Schrödinger Equation

Qin Lin & Xiao-qi Liu

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J. Comp. Math., 16 (1998), pp. 521-526

Published online: 1998-12

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In this paper, we shall study the initial boundary value problem of Schrodinger equation. The second order gradient superconvergence estimates for the problem are obtained solving by linear finite elements.

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Finite element superconvergence estimates interpolation Schrodinger equation

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Qin Lin & Xiao-qi Liu. (1970). Global Superconvergence Estimates of Finite Element Method for Schrödinger Equation. Journal of Computational Mathematics. 16 (6). 521-526. doi:
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