Timedependent problems and difference methods
 Responsibility
 Bertil Gustafsson, HeinzOtto Kreiss, Joseph Oliger.
 Language
 English.
 Edition
 Second edition.
 Publication
 Hoboken, New Jersey : Wiley, [2013]
 Physical description
 xiii, 509 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
 Series
 Pure and applied mathematics (John Wiley & Sons : Unnumbered)
Access
Available online
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Creators/Contributors
 Author/Creator
 Gustafsson, Bertil, 1930
 Contributor
 Kreiss, H. (HeinzOtto)
 Oliger, Joseph, 1941
Contents/Summary
 Bibliography
 Includes bibliographical references (pages 499505) and index.
 Contents

 Preface ix Preface to the First Edition xi PART I PROBLEMS WITH PERIODIC SOLUTIONS 1 1. Model Equations 3 1.1. Periodic Gridfunctions and Difference Operators 3 1.2. FirstOrder Wave Equation Convergence and Stability 10 1.3. LeapFrog Scheme 20 1.4. Implicit Methods 24 1.5. Truncation Error 27 1.6. Heat Equation 30 1.7. Convection Diffusion Equation 36 1.8. Higher Order Equations 39 1.9. SecondOrder Wave Equation 41 1.10. Generalization to Several Space Dimensions 43 2. Higher Order Accuracy 47 2.1. Efficiency of Higher Order Accurate DifferenceApproximations 47 2.2. Time Discretization 57 3. WellPosed Problems 65 3.1. Introduction 65 3.2. Scalar Differential Equations with Constant Coefficients inOne Space Dimension 70 3.3. FirstOrder Systems with Constant Coefficients in One SpaceDimension 72 3.4. Parabolic Systems with Constant Coefficients in One SpaceDimension 77 3.5. General Systems with Constant Coefficients 80 3.6. General Systems with Variable Coefficients 81 3.7. Semibounded Operators with Variable Coefficients 83 3.8. Stability and WellPosedness 90 3.9. The Solution Operator and Duhamel s Principle 93 3.10. Generalized Solutions 97 3.11. WellPosedness of Nonlinear Problems 99 3.12. The Principle of A Priori Estimates 102 3.13. The Principle of Linearization 107 4. Stability and Convergence for Difference Methods109 4.1. The Method of Lines 109 4.2. General Fully Discrete Methods 119 4.3. Splitting Methods 147 5. Hyperbolic Equations and Numerical Methods 153 5.1. Systems with Constant Coefficients in One Space Dimension153 5.2. Systems with Variable Coefficients in One Space Dimension156 5.3. Systems with Constant Coefficients in Several SpaceDimensions 158 5.4. Systems with Variable Coefficients in Several SpaceDimensions 160 5.5. Approximations with Constant Coefficients 162 5.6. Approximations with Variable Coefficients 165 5.7. The Method of Lines 167 5.8. Staggered Grids 172 6. Parabolic Equations and Numerical Methods 177 6.1. General Parabolic Systems 177 6.2. Stability for Difference Methods 181 7. Problems with Discontinuous Solutions 189 7.1. Difference Methods for Linear Hyperbolic Problems 189 7.2. Method of Characteristics 193 7.3. Method of Characteristics in Several Space Dimensions199 7.4. Method of Characteristics on a Regular Grid 200 7.5. Regularization Using Viscosity 208 7.6. The Inviscid Burgers Equation 210 7.7. The Viscous Burgers Equation and Traveling Waves214 7.8. Numerical Methods for Scalar Equations Based onRegularization 221 7.9. Regularization for Systems of Equations 227 7.10. High Resolution Methods 235 PART II INITIAL BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS 247 8. The Energy Method for Initial Boundary ValueProblems 249 8.1. Characteristics and Boundary Conditions for HyperbolicSystems in One Space Dimension 249 8.2. Energy Estimates for Hyperbolic Systems in One SpaceDimension 258 8.3. Energy Estimates for Parabolic Differential Equations inOne Space Dimension 266 8.4. Stability and WellPosedness for General DifferentialEquations 271 8.5. Semibounded Operators 274 8.6. QuarterSpace Problems in More than One Space Dimension279 9. The Laplace Transform Method for FirstOrder HyperbolicSystems 287 9.1. A Necessary Condition for WellPosedness 287 9.2. Generalized Eigenvalues 291 9.3. The Kreiss Condition 292 9.4. Stability in the Generalized Sense 295 9.5. Derivative Boundary Conditions for FirstOrder HyperbolicSystems 303 10. SecondOrder Wave Equations 307 10.1. The Scalar Wave Equation 307 10.2. General Systems of Wave Equations 324 10.3. A Modified Wave Equation 327 10.4. The Elastic Wave Equations 331 10.5. Einstein s Equations and General Relativity 335 11. The Energy Method for Difference Approximations339 11.1. Hyperbolic Problems 339 11.2. Parabolic Problems 350 11.3. Stability Consistency and Order of Accuracy 357 11.4. SBP Difference Operators 362 12. The Laplace Transform Method for DifferenceApproximations 377 12.1. Necessary Conditions for Stability 377 12.2. Sufficient Conditions for Stability 387 12.3. Stability in the Generalized Sense for Hyperbolic Systems405 12.4. An Example that Does Not Satisfy the Kreiss Condition Butis Stable in the Generalized Sense 416 12.5. The Convergence Rate 423 13. The Laplace Transform Method for Fully DiscreteApproximations 431 13.1. General Theory for Approximations of Hyperbolic Systems431 13.2. The Method of Lines and Stability in the Generalized Sense451 Appendix A Fourier Series and Trigonometric Interpolation465 A.1. Some Results from the Theory of Fourier Series 465 A.2. Trigonometric Interpolation 469 A.3. Higher Dimensions 473 Appendix B Fourier and Laplace Transform 477 B.1. Fourier Transform 477 B.2. Laplace Transform 480 Appendix C Some Results from Linear Algebra 485 Appendix D SBP Operators 489 References 499 Index 507.
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 Publisher's Summary
 Praise for the First Edition "...fills a considerable gap in the numerical analysisliterature by providing a selfcontained treatment ...this is animportant work written in a clear style ...warmly recommended toany graduate student or researcher in the field of the numericalsolution of partial differential equations." SIAM Review TimeDependent Problems and Difference Methods, SecondEdition continues to provide guidance for the analysis ofdifference methods for computing approximate solutions to partialdifferential equations for timedependent problems. The book treatsdifferential equations and difference methods with a paralleldevelopment, thus achieving a more useful analysis of numericalmethods. The Second Edition presents hyperbolic equations in greatdetail as well as new coverage on secondorder systems of waveequations including acoustic waves, elastic waves, and Einsteinequations. Compared to firstorder hyperbolic systems, initialboundary value problems for such systems contain newproperties that must be taken into account when analyzingstability. Featuring the latest material in partial differentialequations with new theorems, examples, andillustrations, TimeDependent Problems and Difference Methods, Second Edition also includes: * High order methods on staggered grids * Extended treatment of Summation By Parts operators and theirapplication to secondorder derivatives * Simplified presentation of certain parts and proofs TimeDependent Problems and Difference Methods, SecondEdition is an ideal reference for physical scientists, engineers, numerical analysts, and mathematical modelers who usenumerical experiments to test designs and to predict andinvestigate physical phenomena. The book is also excellent forgraduatelevel courses in applied mathematics and scientificcomputations.
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Bibliographic information
 Publication date
 2013
 Series
 Pure and applied mathematics
 Note
 "Published simultaneously in Canada"Title page verso.
 ISBN
 9780470900567 (cloth)
 0470900563 (cloth)