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Error analysis of some nonlocal diffusion discretization schemes

by   Gonzalo Galiano, et al.

We study two numerical approximations of solutions of nonlocal diffusion evolution problems which are inspired in algorithms for computing the bilateral denoising filtering of an image, and which are based on functional rearrangements and on the Fourier transform. Apart from the usual time-space discretization, these algorithms also use the discretization of the range of the solution (quantization). We show that the discrete approximations converge to the continuous solution in suitable functional spaces, and provide error estimates. Finally, we present some numerical experiments illustrating the performance of the algorithms, specially focusing in the execution time.


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