Publications
Publications
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241.
Bastian Bohn and Michael Griebel
Error estimates for multivariate regression on discretized function spaces
SIAM J. Numer. Anal., 55(4):1843--1866
2017
240.
Michael Griebel, Frances Y. Kuo and Ian H. Sloan
Note on â??The smoothing effect of integration in {\BbbR^d} and the ANOVA decompositionâ?? [ MR2983028]
Math. Comp., 86(306):1847--1854
2017
239.
Michael Griebel and Guanglian Li
On the decay rate of the singular values of bivariate functions
2017
238.
Michael Griebel and Christian Rieger
Reproducing kernel Hilbert spaces for parametric partial differential equations
SIAM/ASA J. Uncertain. Quantif., 5(1):111--137
2017
237.
Michael Griebel and Peter Oswald
Stable splittings of Hilbert spaces of functions of infinitely many variables
J. Complexity, 41:126--151
2017
236.
Michael Griebel, Frances Y. Kuo and Ian H. Sloan
The ANOVA decomposition of a non-smooth function of infinitely many variables can have every term smooth
Math. Comp., 86(306):1855--1876
2017
235.
Michael Griebel, Christian Rieger and Alexander Schier
Upwind schemes for scalar advection-dominated problems in the discrete exterior calculus
Transport processes at fluidic interfaces of Adv. Math. Fluid Mech.
page 145--175.
Publisher: Birkhäuser/Springer, Cham,
2017
234.
M. Burkow and M. Griebel
A full three dimensional numerical simulation of the sediment transport and the scouring at a rectangular obstacle
Comput. & Fluids, 125:1--10
2016
233.
Bastian Bohn, Jochen Garcke and Michael Griebel
A sparse grid based method for generative dimensionality reduction of high-dimensional data
J. Comput. Phys., 309:1--17
2016
232.
M. Griebel, J. Hamaekers and R. Chinnamsetty
An Adaptive Multiscale Approach for Electronic Structure Methods
2016
231.
Dinh Dũng and Michael Griebel
Hyperbolic cross approximation in infinite dimensions
J. Complexity, 33:55--88
2016
230.
A. Rüttgers and M. Griebel
Multiscale simulation of polymeric fluids using the sparse grid combination technique
2016
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