Are high-order and hybridizable discontinuous galerkin methods competitive
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The talk covered several issues motivated by a practical engineering wave propagation problem: real-time evaluation of wave agitation in harbors. The first part, presented the application of a reduced order model in the framework of a Helmholtz equation with non-constant coefficients in an unbounded domain. This problem requires large numbers of degrees of freedom (ndof) because relatively high frequencies with small (compared with the domain size) geometric features must be considered.
CitationHuerta, A. [et al.]. Are high-order and hybridizable discontinuous galerkin methods competitive. A: Oberwolfach Reports. "Oberwolfach Reports, scientific programme 2012". Oberwolfach: 2012, p. 28-30.