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A kinetic formulation of multidimensional scalar conservation laws and related equations
(American Mathematical Society, 1994-01)
Spectral viscosity approximations to multidimensional scalar conservation laws
(American Mathematical Society, 1993-10)
The CFL condition for spectral approximations to hyperbolic initial-boundary value problems.
(American Mathematical Society, 1991-04)
The convergence rate of Godunov type schemes
(Copyright: Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, 1994-02)
An O(N2) method for computing the eigensystem of N x N symmetric tri-diagonal matrices by the divide and conquer approach
(Copyright: Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, 1990-01)
Total-variation and error estimates for spectral viscosity approximations
(American Mathematical Society, 1993-01)
High-resolution non-oscillatory central schemes with non-staggered grids for hyperbolic conservation laws
(Copyright: Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, 1998-12)
We present a general procedure to convert schemes which are based on staggered spatial grids into nonstaggered schemes. This procedure is then used to construct a new family of nonstaggered, central schemes for hyperbolic ...
Local error estimates for discontinuous solutions of nonlinear hyperbolic equations
(Copyright: Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, 1991-08)
SPECTRAL METHODS FOR HYPERBOLIC PROBLEMS
We review several topics concerning spectral approximations of time-dependent problems, primarily | the accuracy and stability of Fourier and Chebyshev methods for the approximate solutions of hyperbolic systems. To ...
Microfunctions for Sheaves of Holomorphic Functions with Growth Conditions
Mikio Sato devised microfunctions as a means of measuring the singularities of hyperfunctions. In 1970, Kawai and Sato introduced Fourier hyperfunctions in their study of partial differential operators. The class of Fourier ...