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Error analysis of a backward Euler positive preserving stabilized scheme for a Chemotaxis system

For a Keller-Segel model for chemotaxis in two spatial dimensions we consider positivity preserving fully discrete schemes which where introduced by R. Strehl et all. (2010). We discretize space using piecewise linear finite elements and time by the backward Euler method. Under appropriate assumptions on the regularity of the exact solution, the spatial mesh and the time step parameter we show existence of the fully discrete solution and derive error bounds. We also present numerical experiments to illustrate the theoretical results.


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