Additive Average Schwarz Method for Elliptic Mortar Finite Element Problems with Highly Heterogeneous Coefficients

02/04/2021 ∙ by Ali Khademi, et al. ∙ 0

In this paper, we extend the additive average Schwarz method to solve second order elliptic boundary value problems with heterogeneous coefficients inside the subdomains and across their interfaces by the mortar technique, where the mortar finite element discretization is on nonmatching meshes. In this two-level method, we enrich the coarse space in two different ways, i.e., by adding eigenfunctions of two variants of the generalized eigenvalue problems. We prove that the condition numbers of the systems of algebraic equations resulting from the extended additive average Schwarz method, corresponding to both coarse spaces, are of the order O(H/h) and independent of jumps in the coefficients, where H and h are the mesh parameters.



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