By Ivan Lirkov, Svetozar D. Margenov, Jerzy Wasniewski

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Proof (Outline). The proof hinges on three results, namely, (i) a quasi-optimal bound for the discretization error in terms of the best approximation error for the exact Dirichlet and Neumann data, (ii) an approximation error estimate for the Dirichlet data, and (iii) an approximation error estimate for the Neumann data. All of these estimates need to be made explicit in terms of the mesh regularity parameters, and problem-adapted norms have to be used. The details can be found in [9]. Theorem 2 (L2 error estimate, [8]).

43–51, 2012. c Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2012 44 Y. Efendiev et al. independent of the mesh parameter. , the contrast in the conductivity maxx∈Ω κ(x)/ minx∈Ω κ(x), where Ω is the domain, is more challenging. Some improvements in standard domain decomposition methods were made in the case of special arrangements of the highly conductive regions with respect to the coarse cells. g. [6,8,12]). g. 4]) when conductivity variations within coarse regions are bounded. Classical arguments to estimate the condition number of a two level overlapping domain decomposition method for the scalar elliptic case use weighted Poincar´e inequalities of the form κ(ψ − I0ω ψ)2 dx ≤ C ω κ|∇ψ|2 dx, (1) ω where ω ⊂ Ω is a local subdomain and ψ ∈ H 1 (ω).

3]) we thus know that the additive Schwarz preconditioner corresponding to the decomposition in (6) yields a condition number that only depends on nI and τλ . 3 Applications Scalar Elliptic Equation The scalar elliptic equation is given by −∇ · (κ∇φ) = f, x ∈ Ω, and φ = 0, x ∈ ∂Ω, (7) where 0 < κ ∈ L∞ (Ω), φ ∈ H01 (Ω), and f ∈ L2 (Ω). With V0 := H01 (Ω), the corresponding variational formulation reads: Find φ ∈ V0 such that for all ψ ∈ V0 κ(x)∇φ · ∇ψ dx = aSE (φ, ψ) := Ω f ψ dx. Ω Robust Solvers for SPD Operators 47 It is easy to see that with V0 (Ωj ) := H01 (Ωj ) ⊂ V0 |Ωj and ξj the Lagrange ﬁnite element function of degree 1 corresponding to xj , j = 1, .

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