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Old   May 31, 2012, 23:26
Default A way to optimize the WENO scheme by optimizing the coefficients of linear scheme
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In classic WENO schemes, in smooth solution, the WENO will become linear scheme because the ideal coefficients are well designed. For example, as for fifth order WENO scheme the coefficients of the three linear scheme are 3/10,6/10,1/10. Today I change the values of the coefficients. The solution of Shu-osher is much better. I am wondering whether has any reference done similar work optimizing the coefficients? Thank you
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Old   November 27, 2012, 10:19
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Hi, you have looked this paper

There are a modification of smoothness indicator. Have other scheme call mapped WENO too.
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