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Are High-order and Hybridizable Discontinuous Galerkin methods competitive?

Author (s): Huerta, A.; Roca, X.; Aleksandar, A. and Peraire, J.
Journal: Oberwolfach Reports

Volume: 9, Number: 1
Pages: 485 – 487
Date: 2012

Abstract:
The talk covered several issues motivated by a practical engineering wave propagation problem: real-time evaluation of wave agitation in harbors. The first part, presented the application of a reduced order model in the framework of a Helmholtz equation with non-constant coefficients in an unbounded domain. The second part of the talk addressed two questions, which continuously emanate in advanced computational engineering: are high-order approximations better/worse than low-order ones? and can Discontinuous Galerkin (DG) be more efficient then Continuous Galerkin (CG)?

  
  

Bibtex:

@article{AA-HRAP:12,
    AUTHOR = {Huerta, A. and Roca, X. and Aleksandar, A. and Peraire, J.},
     TITLE = {Are {H}igh-order and {H}ybridizable {D}iscontinuous {G}alerkin methods competitive?},
      NOTE = {Abstracts from the workshop held February 12--18, 2012,
              Organized by Olivier Allix, Carsten Carstensen, J\"org Schr\"oder and Peter Wriggers,
              Oberwolfach Reports. Vol. 9, no. 1},
   JOURNAL = {Oberwolfach Rep.},
  FJOURNAL = {Oberwolfach Reports},
    VOLUME = {9},
      YEAR = {2012},
    NUMBER = {1},
     PAGES = {485--487},
      ISSN = {1660-8933},
       DOI = {10.4171/OWR/2012/09},
       URL = {http://dx.doi.org/10.4171/OWR/2012/09},
}