15th International Conference on
|Tutorial:||July 17-18, 2003|
|Conference:||July 21-25, 2003|
Domain decomposition (DD) is an active, interdisciplinary research area
that is devoted to the development, analysis and implementation
of coupling and decoupling strategies in mathematics,
computational science, engineering and industry.
Starting from meanwhile classical results on substructuring and block iterative methods for elliptic problems, research work has now being extended and applied in many other branches such as, e.g., adaptive multilevel methods, non-linear problems and multiphysics. Strategies suitable for parallel and distributed high performance computing have been of particular interest to the participants of this series of international conferences.
This fifteenth meeting took place in Germany for the first time. Its special focus has been on numerical analysis, computational issues, complex heterogeneous problems, industrial problems, and software development.
Contributions were dealing with all aspects of domain decomposition. The conference included invited plenary lectures by leading experts in the field, minisymposia, contributed talks, and a poster session.
Domain Decomposition Methods in Science and Engineering
Regular participants (no students) of DD15 should contact us if their copy does not arrive till the end of November 2004.
General Information and Past Conferences:Domain Decomposition homepage (ddm.org).
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