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M. Burkow and M. Griebel
Numerical Simulation of the Temporal Evolution of a Three Dimensional Barchanoid Dune and the Corresponding Sediment Dynamics
2016
228.
Michael Griebel and Jens Oettershagen
On tensor product approximation of analytic functions
J. Approx. Theory, 207:348--379
2016
227.
Michael Griebel and Peter Oswald
Schwarz iterative methods: infinite space splittings
Constr. Approx., 44(1):121--139
2016
226.
M. Griebel and M. Klitz
CLSVOF as a fast and mass-conserving extension of the level-set method for the simulation of two-phase flow problems
2015
225.
M. Griebel, H. Harbrecht and M. Peters
Multilevel quadrature for elliptic parametric partial differential equations on non-nested meshes
2015
224.
Michael Griebel, Christian Rieger and Barbara Zwicknagl
Multiscale approximation and reproducing kernel Hilbert space methods
SIAM J. Numer. Anal., 53(2):852--873
2015
223.
Michael Griebel, Alexander Hullmann and Peter Oswald
Optimal scaling parameters for sparse grid discretizations
Numer. Linear Algebra Appl., 22(1):76--100
2015
222.
M. Griebel, C. Rieger and B. Zwicknagl
Regularized kernel based reconstruction in generalized Besov spaces
2015
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A. Rüttgers, M. Griebel, L. Pastrik, H. Schmied, D. Wittmann, A. Scherrieble, A. Dinkelmann and T. Stegmaier
Simulation of the oil storage process in the scopa of specialized bees
Comput. & Fluids, 119:115--130
2015
220.
M. Burkow and M. Griebel
Towards the three-dimensional numerical simulation of fluvial geomorphological processes
Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie, 58(3):15-32
2015
219.
Michael Griebel and Helmut Harbrecht
Approximation of bi-variate functions: singular value decomposition versus sparse grids
IMA J. Numer. Anal., 34(1):28--54
2014
218.
M. Griebel and A. Hullmann
Dimensionality reduction of high-dimensional data with a nonlinear principal component aligned generative topographic mapping
SIAM J. Sci. Comput., 36(3):A1027--A1047
2014
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