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Wavenumber-explicit hp-FEM analysis for Maxwell's equations with impedance boundary conditions

by   Jens M. Melenk, et al.

The time-harmonic Maxwell equations at high wavenumber k in domains with an analytic boundary and impedance boundary conditions are considered. A wavenumber-explicit stability and regularity theory is developed that decomposes the solution into a part with finite Sobolev regularity that is controlled uniformly in k and an analytic part. Using this regularity, quasi-optimality of the Galerkin discretization based on Nedelec elements of order p on a mesh with mesh size h is shown under the k-explicit scale resolution condition that a) kh/p is sufficient small and b) p/lnk is bounded from below.


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