Published in Blood Weekly, February 24th, 2011
"The main idea is to follow the solution front and activate those subdomains where the solution satisfies a given threshold value. We call this novel method 'the multiplicative Schwarz method with active subdomains', and it is motivated by the solution of a problem from activated-carbon filters used in the automotive industry to reduce emissions," wrote M.L. Sandoval and colleagues.
The researchers concluded: "Numerical experiments show that this method is more...
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