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finite element method; nonlipschitz boundary; cusp points (turning points); maximum angle condition; minimum angle condition; linear elliptic problems
The finite element analysis of linear elliptic problems in two-dimensional domains with cusp points (turning points) is presented. This analysis needs on one side a generalization of results concerning the existence and uniqueness of the solution of a constinuous elliptic variational problem in a domain the boundary of which is Lipschitz continuous and on the other side a presentation of a new finite element interpolation theorem and other new devices.
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