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Finite-Element Domain Approximation for Maxwell Variational Problems on Curved Domains

by   Rubén Aylwin, et al.

We consider the problem of domain approximation in finite element methods for Maxwell equations on curved domains, i.e., when affine or polynomial meshes fail to exactly cover the domain of interest. In such cases, one is forced to approximate the domain by a sequence of polyhedral domains arising from inexact meshes. We deduce conditions on the quality of these approximations that ensure rates of error convergence between discrete solutions – in the approximate domains – to the continuous one in the original domain.


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