The MINI mixed finite element for the Stokes problem: An experimental investigation

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The MINI mixed finite element for the Stokes problem : An experimental investigation. / Boffi, Daniele; Cioncolini, Andrea.

julkaisussa: Computers and Mathematics with Applications, Vuosikerta 77, Nro 9, 01.05.2019, s. 2432-2446.

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