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MSC: 35J40, 65N15, 65N30
a posteriori error estimates; finite element method; biharmonic problem
A lot of papers and books analyze analytical a posteriori error estimates from the point of view of robustness, guaranteed upper bounds, global efficiency, etc. At the same time, adaptive finite element methods have acquired the principal position among algorithms for solving differential problems in many physical and technical applications. In this survey contribution, we present and compare, from the viewpoint of adaptive computation, several recently published error estimation procedures for the numerical solution of biharmonic and some further fourth order problems including computational error estimates.
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