BDDC Algorithms with deluxe scaling and adaptive selection of primal constraints for Raviart-Thomas vector fields
KAUST DepartmentExtreme Computing Research Center
Computer, Electrical and Mathematical Sciences and Engineering (CEMSE) Division
Online Publication Date2017-06-13
Print Publication Date2017-06-21
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AbstractA BDDC domain decomposition preconditioner is defined by a coarse component, expressed in terms of primal constraints, a weighted average across the interface between the subdomains, and local components given in terms of solvers of local subdomain problems. BDDC methods for vector field problems discretized with Raviart-Thomas finite elements are introduced. The methods are based on a deluxe type of weighted average and an adaptive selection of primal constraints developed to deal with coefficients with high contrast even inside individual subdomains. For problems with very many subdomains, a third level of the preconditioner is introduced.
Under the assumption that the subdomains are all built from elements of a coarse triangulation of the given domain, that the meshes of each subdomain are quasi uniform and that the material parameters are constant in each subdomain, a bound is obtained for the condition number of the preconditioned linear system which is independent of the values and the jumps of these parameters across the interface between the subdomains as well as the number of subdomains. Numerical experiments, using the PETSc library, are also presented which support the theory and show the effectiveness of the algorithms even for problems not covered by the theory. Included are also experiments with Brezzi-Douglas-Marini finite element approximations.
CitationOh D-S, Widlund OB, Zampini S, Dohrmann CR (2017) BDDC Algorithms with deluxe scaling and adaptive selection of primal constraints for Raviart-Thomas vector fields. Mathematics of Computation 87: 659–692. Available: http://dx.doi.org/10.1090/mcom/3254.
SponsorsThe work of the second author was supported in part by the National Science Foundation Grants DMS-1216564 and DMS-1522736.
PublisherAmerican Mathematical Society (AMS)
JournalMathematics of Computation