Publication:
Numerische Mathematik;146, pp. 159-179

Publication type:
Article

Abstract:

Lower a posteriori error bounds obtained using the standard bubble function approach are reviewed in the context of anisotropic meshes. A numerical example is given that clearly demonstrates that the short-edge jump residual terms in such bounds are not sharp. Hence, for linear ﬁnite element approximations of the Laplace equation in polygonal domains, a new approach is employed to obtain essentially sharper lower a posteriori error bounds and thus to show that the upper error estimator in the recent paper [3] is eﬃcient on partially structured anisotropic meshes.

Description:

peer-reviewed

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