A Parallel Type Decomposition Scheme for Quasi-Linear Abstract Hyperbolic Equation


The Cauchy problem for an abstract hyperbolic equation with the Lipschitz continuous operator is considered in the Hilbert space. The operator corresponding to the elliptic part of the equation is the sum of operators A 1, A 2, A m {A {1},A{2},\ldots,A{m}}. Each summand is a self-adjoint and positive definite operator. A parallel type decomposition scheme for an approximate solution of the stated problem is constructed. The main idea of the scheme is that on each local interval the classical difference problems are solved in parallel (independently from each other) with the operators A 1, A 2, A m {A{1},A{2},\ldots,A{m}}. The weighted average of the obtained solutions is announced as an approximate solution at the right end of the local interval. The convergence of the proposed scheme is proved and the approximate solution error is estimated, as well as the error of the difference analogue for the first-order derivative for the case when the initial problem data satisfy the natural sufficient conditions for solution existence.


Electrical and Computer Engineering

Keywords and Phrases

Abstract Hyperbolic Equation; Cauchy Problem; Decomposition Scheme; Operator Splitting; Parallel Algorithm

International Standard Serial Number (ISSN)

1572-9176; 1072-947X

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Article - Journal

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Publication Date

01 Jan 2022

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