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Curved Elements in Weak Galerkin Finite Element Methods

by   Dan Li, et al.
National Science Foundation
University of Florida
NetEase, Inc

A mathematical analysis is established for the weak Galerkin finite element methods for the Poisson equation with Dirichlet boundary value when the curved elements are involved on the interior edges of the finite element partition or/and on the boundary of the whole domain in two dimensions. The optimal orders of error estimates for the weak Galerkin approximations in both the H^1-norm and the L^2-norm are established. Numerical results are reported to demonstrate the performance of the weak Galerkin methods on general curved polygonal partitions.


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