Biorthogonality and its Applications to Numerical Analysis by Claude Brezinski

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Sei p − 1 die Ordnung des ersten Baumes. Die beiden anderen B¨aume haben einen Knoten mehr, sind also von Ordnung p. 4 gilt f¨ ur die ersten beiden B¨aume 1 1 = = γ([t1 , . . 26) j und 1 1 = = γ([t1 , . . , tk , ]) pγ(t1 ) · · · γ(tk ) bj Φj (t1 ) · · · Φj (tk ) · Φj ( ) . 27) =cj Die Ordnungsbedingung f¨ ur den dritten Baum 1 1 = = γ([[t1 , . . 25) gilt. 5. 5 ist die Ordnungsbedingung f¨ ur den Baum erf¨ ullt, falls D(1) gilt und die Bedingungen f¨ ur die B¨aume und erf¨ ullt sind. 6 (Butcher Schranken).

26 2 Einschrittverfahren Ein nochmaliges Einsetzen dieser Beziehung in die rechte Seite des Verfahrens ergibt um+1 = um + hf (um + hf (um ) + O(h2 )) = um + hf (um + hf (um )) + O(h3 ). Damit folgt um+1 = y(tm ) + hf (y(tm ) + hf (y(tm ))) + O(h3 ). Durch Abgleich der Glieder in der Taylorentwicklung der exakten L¨osung y(tm+1 ) = y(tm ) + hf (y(tm )) + h2 fy (y(tm ))f (y(tm )) + O(h3 ) 2 mit den entsprechenden Gliedern der Taylorentwicklung der N¨aherungsl¨osung um+1 = y(tm ) + hf (y(tm )) + h2 fy (y(tm ))f (y(tm )) + O(h3 ) ergibt sich f¨ ur das implizite Euler-Verfahren die Konsistenzordnung p = 1.

T1 , . . , t1 , t2 , . . , t2 , . . , tk , . . , tk ] =: [tl11 , tl22 , . . , tlkk ]. l1 l2 lk Die Dichte γ(t) ist definiert durch γ( ) = 1 ur t = [t1 , t2 , . . , tk ]. γ(t) = ρ(t)γ(t1 )γ(t2 ) · · · γ(tk ) f¨ Die Symmetrie σ(t) kann kombinatorisch interpretiert werden (vgl. Aufgabe 3). 2. Im folgenden Beispiel zeigen wir, wie man die entsprechenden Werte f¨ ur einen Baum mit sieben Knoten bestimmen kann. 2. Der Baum t = = [ , ] = [[ 2 ], [[ ]]] hat sieben Knoten, also ur die Dichte gilt γ( ) = 7 · γ( )γ( ) = 7 · 3 · (3 · 2) = 126.

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