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Course syllabus D1-NADR - Numerical analysis of differential equations (FCE - 2018/2019 - post-graduate studies)

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University: Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava
Faculty: Faculty of Civil Engineering
Course unit title: Numerical analysis of differential equations
Course unit code: D1-NADR
Mode of completion and Number of ECTS credits: Exam-PhD (5 credits)
Name of lecturer: doc. RNDr. Angela Handlovičová, PhD. (examiner, instructor, lecturer) - slovak, english
prof. RNDr. Karol Mikula, DrSc. (examiner, instructor, lecturer, person responsible for course, tutor) - slovak, english
Learning outcomes of the course unit:
Deepening of knowledge from the theory of functional spaces. Obtaining of basic knowledge from numerical analysis of the finite element and finite volume method for elliptic and parabolic differential equations.
Prerequisites and co-requisites: none
Course contents:
- Functional spaces Wk,p(Ω).
- Trace theorem from W1,2(Ω) into L2(Ω) and its generalization.
- Embedding theorems.
- The estimation of errors for the numerical solution of elliptic equations obtained by the finite element method.
- Lax - Milgram theorem and Cea lema.
- The finite volume method for solving an elliptic boundary value problem with homogeneous
Dirichlet boundary conditions, the discrete Poincare inequality.
- Rothe method for the heat equation, stability estimates, Gronwall's lemma, Arzela -Ascoli theorem and the convergence of Rothe's method.
- The basic idea of discretization of Perona-Malik equation by the finite volume method and proof of convergence of numerical solutions to the weak solution.
Recommended or required reading:
KUFNER, A. -- JOHN, O. -- FUČÍK, S. Function Spaces. Praha : ČSAV, 1977. 454 p.
BRENNER, S C. -- SCOTT, L. The mathematical theory of finite element methods. New York : Springer Verlag, 2002. 361 p. ISBN 0-387-95451-1.

Planned learning activities and teaching methods: seminar
0/2 - 26 hours per semester (on-site method)
Assesment methods and criteria: exam
Language of instruction: Slovak, English
Work placement(s): There is no compulsory work placement in the course unit.

Last modification made by Ing. Peter Korčák on 10/31/2017.

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