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Old   May 23, 2005, 13:06
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Steve
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Does anyone here have any experience and/or views about the CE/SE method? Is it as new and revolutionary as the articles on this site claim? I'm interested in any comments.

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Old   May 24, 2005, 05:34
Default Re: CE/SE method \/ Riemann solvers-free
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Absolutely interesting!!!!! of having Riemann solvers-free, i.e. how I describe it. Personally I don't have experience with it BUT I strongly feel like doing it to get into the depth then to compare with Riemann solvers. I don't think there will be any numerics better than Riemann problem based methods if CE/SE appears correct then….. ….and it is saying the new method valid for any system of PDEs without looking for the type of the system!

why do you think they've used the world ELEMENT in : Conservation Element and Solution Element Method
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Old   May 27, 2005, 00:52
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Have they produced some interesting results with the code

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