Wei Gong; Liu, Wenbin; Ningning Yan
January 2011
International Journal of Numerical Analysis & Modeling;2011, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p48
Academic Journal
In this paper, we investigate a posteriori error estimates of the hp-finite element method for a distributed convex optimal control problem governed by the elliptic partial differential equations. A family of weighted a posteriori error estimators of residual type are formulated. Both reliability and efficiency of the estimators are analyzed.


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