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Close mobile search navigation Article navigation. Stability of the modified Craig-Sneyd scheme for two-dimensional convection-diffusion equations with mixed derivative term Karel J. Convergence analysis of the Modified Craig—Sneyd scheme for two-dimensional convection—diffusion equations with nonsmooth initial data Maarten Wyns. Don’t have an account?
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To purchase short term access, please sign in to your Oxford Academic account above. We prove that this undesirable feature can be resolved by sneyv the very first MCS timesteps by several sub steps of the implicit Euler scheme.
This technique is often called Rannacher time stepping. Unconditional stability of second – order ADI schemes applied to multi – dimensional diffusion equations with mixed derivative terms. Such equations arise often, notably, in the field of financial mathematics. Email alerts New issue alert.
Stability of the modified Craig — Sneyd scheme for two – dimensional convection — diffusion equations with mixed derivative term. Numerical solution of fractional elliptic stochastic PDEs with spatial white noise.
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It is one of the most prominent ADI schemes currently known for their efficiency in solving above type of problems. Mishra Mathematics and Computers in Simulation Related articles in Web of Science Google Scholar. Maximum norm error estimates for Neumann boundary value problems on graded meshes. This article is also available for rental through DeepDyve.
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This paper deals with a useful stability result for the Modified Craig—Sneyd scheme when applied to two-dimensional convection—diffusion equations with mixed derivative term. Citing articles via Web of Science 2. It furthers the University’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide.
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This item may be available elsewhere in EconPapers: A new stability result for the modified Craig—Sneyd scheme applied to two-dimensional convection—diffusion equations with mixed derivatives Chittaranjan Mishra Applied Mathematics and Computation, vol.
You do not currently have access to this article. We derive a useful convergence bound for the MCS scheme combined with Rannacher time stepping when it is applied to a model two-dimensional convection—diffusion equation with mixed-derivative term and with Dirac-delta initial data. Welfert, Stability of ADI schemes applied to convection—diffusion equations with mixed derivative terms, Appl.
Convergence analysis of the Modified Craig—Sneyd scheme for two-dimensional convection—diffusion equations with nonsmooth initial data, submitted for publication. When the initial function is nonsmooth, which is often the case for example in financial mathematics, application of the MCS scheme can lead to spurious erratic behaviour of the numerical approximations.
Ample numerical experiments are provided that show the sharpness of our obtained error bound. Stability of ADI schemes formultidimensional diffusion equationswithmixed derivative terms. The obtained results not only generalize some of the existing stability results, but also clearly justify this surprising observation theoretically.
Alternating direction implicit method Search for additional papers on this topic. In this article we consider the Modified Craig—Sneyd MCS scheme which forms a prominent time-stepping method of the Alternating Direction Implicit type for multidimensional time-dependent convection—diffusion equations with mixed spatial derivative terms. Topics Discussed in This Paper.