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Wavelet-Multigrid Method For Solving Modified Reynolds Equation Modeling Synovial Fluid Flow In A Normal Human Knee Joint

Chandrasekhar Salimath
Published 2014 · Computer Science, Mathematics

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New techniques for numerical solution of partial differential and integral equations, based on the use of multiscale decomposition and wavelet bases, have been proposed. Wavelet-multigrid method, developed recently by the author, is one such scheme for the solution of elliptic partial differential equations, demonstrating the fact that it can be used as a pre-conditioner of the elliptic operator as well as a fast solver.
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