Remarks around 50 lines of Matlab: short finite element implementation. A novel implementation of 50 lines of Matlab: A short finite element implementation is presented. Shortness of the program and its adaptation for model examples are presented. It is also proved that the Matlab tool is more flexible compared to other available tools. (netlib numeralgo na14)

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  1. González-Andrade, Sergio: A preconditioned descent algorithm for variational inequalities of the second kind involving the $p$-Laplacian operator (2017)
  2. Russell, Stephen; Madden, Niall: An introduction to the analysis and implementation of sparse grid finite element methods (2017)
  3. Sutton, Oliver J.: The virtual element method in 50 lines of MATLAB (2017)
  4. Mallik, Gouranga; Nataraj, Neela: A nonconforming finite element approximation for the von Karman equations (2016)
  5. Carstensen, Carsten; Gallistl, Dietmar; Nataraj, Neela: Comparison results of nonstandard $P_2$ finite element methods for the biharmonic problem (2015)
  6. Garvie, Marcus R.; Burkardt, John; Morgan, Jeff: Simple finite element methods for approximating predator-prey dynamics in two dimensions using MATLAB (2015)
  7. Yang, Min; Liu, Jiangguo; Lin, Yanping: Pressure recovery for weakly over-penalized discontinuous Galerkin methods for the Stokes problem (2015)
  8. Andreev, Roman: Space-time discretization of the heat equation (2014)
  9. Andreev, Roman; Schweitzer, Julia: Conditional space-time stability of collocation Runge-Kutta for parabolic evolution equations (2014)
  10. Aurada, Markus; Ebner, Michael; Feischl, Michael; Ferraz-Leite, Samuel; Führer, Thomas; Goldenits, Petra; Karkulik, Michael; Mayr, Markus; Praetorius, Dirk: HILBERT -- a MATLAB implementation of adaptive 2D-BEM. $\underline \text H$ilbert $\underline \text I$s a $\underline \text L$ovely $\underline \text B$oundary $\underline \text E$lement $\underline \text R$esearch $\underline \text T$ool (2014)
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  12. Carstensen, Carsten; Gallistl, Dietmar; Hu, Jun: A discrete Helmholtz decomposition with morley finite element functions and the optimality of adaptive finite element schemes (2014)
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  14. Hintermüller, Michael; Rincon-Camacho, Monserrat: An adaptive finite element method in $L^2$-TV-based image denoising (2014)
  15. Laayouni, Lahcen; Szyld, Daniel B.: On the performance of the algebraic optimized Schwarz methods with applications (2014)
  16. Papež, J.; Liesen, J.; Strakoš, Z.: Distribution of the discretization and algebraic error in numerical solution of partial differential equations (2014)
  17. Shin, Jaemin; Park, Seong-Kwan; Kim, Junseok: A hybrid FEM for solving the Allen-Cahn equation (2014)
  18. Bartels, Sören; Roubíček, Tomáš: Numerical approaches to thermally coupled perfect plasticity (2013)
  19. Rahman, Talal; Valdman, Jan: Fast MATLAB assembly of FEM matrices in 2D and 3D: nodal elements (2013)
  20. Carstensen, Carsten; Gedicke, Joscha: An adaptive finite element eigenvalue solver of asymptotic quasi-optimal computational complexity (2012)

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