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September 27, 2008

Bibliography

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A. Anwander, M. Kuhn, S. Reitzinger, and C. Wolters.
A parallel algebraic multigrid solver for the finite element method based source localization in the human brain.
Computing and Visualization in Science, 5(3):165-177, December 2002.
2
T. Apel and J. Schöberl.
Multigrid methods for anisotropic edge refinement.
SIAM J. Numer. Anal, 40(5):1993-2006, 2002.
3
G. Haase, M. Kuhn, and S. Reitzinger.
Parallel AMG on distributed memory computers.
SIAM Journal of Scientific Computing, 24(2):410-427, 2002.
4
B. Kaltenbacher and J. Schöberl.
A saddle point variational formulation for projection-regularized parameter identification.
Numerische Mathematik, 91(4):675-697, 2002.
5
M. Kaltenbacher and S. Reitzinger.
Algebraic multigrid methods for nodal and edge based discretizations of Maxwell's equations.
International Compumag Society Newsletter, 9(2):15-23, 2002.
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M. Kaltenbacher and S. Reitzinger.
Appropriate finite element formulations for 3D electromagnetic field problems.
IEEE Transaction on Magnetics, 38(2):513-516, 2002.
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M. Kaltenbacher and S. Reitzinger.
Nonlinear 3D magnetic field computations using Lagrange FE-functions and algebraic multigrid.
IEEE Transaction on Magnetics, 32(2):1489-1496, 2002.
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S. Reitzinger and M. Kaltenbacher.
Algebraic multigrid for magnetostatic field problems.
IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 38(2):477-480, 2002.
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S. Reitzinger and J. Schöberl.
An algebraic multigrid method for finite element discretizations with edge elements.
Numerical Linear Algebra with Applications, 9(3):223-238, 2002.
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M. Schinnerl, J. Schöberl, M. Kaltenbacher, and R. Lerch.
Multigrid methods for the 3D simulation of nonlinear magneto-mechanical systems.
IEEE Transactions Magnetics, 38(3):1497-1511, 2002.




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