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The Teter, Payne, and Allan “preconditioning” function plays a significant role in planewave DFT calculations. This function is often called the TPA preconditioner. We present a detailed study of this “preconditioning” function. We develop a general formula that can readily generate a class of “preconditioning” functions. These functions have higher order approximation accuracy and fulfill the two essential “preconditioning” purposes as required in planewave DFT calculations. Our general class of functions are expected to have applications in other areas.
In this paper, we study an adaptive finite element method for a class of nonlinear eigenvalue problems resulting from quantum physics that may have a nonconvex energy functional. We prove the convergence of adaptive finite element approximations and present several numerical examples of micro-structure of matter calculations that support our theory.
In this paper, a multi-parameter error resolution
technique is applied into a mixed finite element method for the
Stokes problem. By using this technique and establishing a multi-parameter
asymptotic error expansion for the mixed finite element method, an approximation of higher
accuracy is obtained by multi-processor computers in parallel.
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