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Virtual element approximation of eigenvalue problems

by   Daniele Boffi, et al.

We discuss the approximation of eigenvalue problems associated with elliptic partial differential equations using the virtual element method. After recalling the abstract theory, we present a model problem, describing in detail the features of the scheme, and highligting the effects of the stabilizing parameters. We conlcude the discussion with a survey of several application examples.


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