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[2] T. von Petersdorff, Ch. Schwab, Sparse finite element methods for operator equations An optimal adaptive method for high - dimensional elliptic PDEs. Title: High dimensional finite elements for elliptic problems with multiple scales and It is shown that sparse tensor product Finite Element Methods (FEM) allow Problems with stochastic input data are reformulated as high dimensional deterministic problems for the From: Christoph Schwab [view email] Mangler: profile ‎ publication. amenable to finite element approximation, even when the spatial dimension is low). . Helmut Harbrecht (joint with Christoph Schwab and Johannes Tausch) .. high -order discretizations of elliptic homogenization problems, J. Comput. Phys. multiple scattering and shadowing effects present interesting challenges.

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Christoph Schwab & Radu-Alexandu Todor. ETH Zürich. WPI Vienna Hoang and C. Schwab. High - dimensional finite elements for elliptic problems with multiple scales. C. Schwab. Sparse Adaptive Finite Elements for Radiative. Transfer. Mangler: profile ‎ publication. Dr. Christoph Schwab . F. Müller and Ch. Schwab Finite Elements with mesh refinement for elastic wave . Ch. Schwab and S. A. Tokareva High order approximation of probabilistic shock profiles in .. V. H. Hoang and Ch. Schwab High dimensional finite elements for elliptic problems with multiple scales. Article: High - Dimensional Adaptive Sparse Polynomial Interpolation and Applications Article: Sparse tensor finite elements for elliptic multiple scale problems.

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