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The main goal of this book is to provide an overview of some of the most recent developments in the field of Domain Decomposition Methods. Domain decomposition relates to the construction of preconditioners for the large algebraic systems of equations which often arise in applications, by solving smaller instances of the same problem. It also relates to the construction of approximation methods built from different discretizations in different subdomains. The resulting methods are among the most successful parallel solvers for many large scale problems in computational science and engineering. The papers in this collection reflect some of the most active research areas in domain decomposition such as novel FETI, Neumann-Neumann, overlapping Schwarz and Mortar methods.
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