By Arieh Iserles

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84) SURVEY OF MESHLESS AND GENERALIZED FINITE ELEMENT METHODS 35 So far, we have discussed the approximation of a function u denned on M71, by particle shape functions. We now consider u defined on f2, where Q is a bounded domain, with Lipschitz-continuous boundary, in Rn. 85) where provide accurate approximation of functions u defined on VL. 10. 63). n be a bounded domain with Lipschitz-continuous boundary, and suppose u 6 Hk'+1(Q), where 0 < k' < k. 86) u— for 0 < s < min(q, k' + 1), where the constant C is independent of u and h.

27 on Tue Nov 09 09:28:52 GMT 2010. 1. The if 1 -seminorm of the error, \u — 1hu\H\^, where l^u is the interpolant of u(x) = x 4 using RKP shape functions that are reproducing of order 1, corresponding to different weight functions w(x). 7. 962e-4 5. Superconvergence of the gradient of the solution in Z/2 Superconvergence is an important feature of finite element methods, which allows an accurate approximation of the derivatives of the solution of the underlying BVP. In this section, we will discuss the idea of superconvergence when particle shape functions are used to approximate the solution of a BVP.

4, and considering the zero extension of u outside fi, reveals that, for j G ZQ, w) = 0, if and only if BihnS = 0. Now, for j G ZQ such that w^ ^ 0, we know that vft = supp $ C 5 ^ . Therefore, 5^ = supp g^ = {x € E71 : d(x,S) < (p + p)/i}, and so we can take A = (p + p) in the definition of LA. For small h, we have 5/j, C fl. Hence V^'I satisfies the local assumption, LA. • R e m a r k 15. The particle space Vh 'q is (A; + 1, g)-regular and satisfies the local assumption, LA, for Q, = Rn. 3 in the context of non-uniformly distributed particles; the corresponding conditions on the shape functions associated with uniformly distributed particles can then be obtained as a special case.