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Department of Mathematical Sciences

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Numerical Analysis Seminars: Espilon-entropy of parabolic PDEs and their discretisations

Presented by Jacques Rougemont (Heriot-Watt),

19 October 2001 00:00 in CM105

"We consider attractors of parabolic equations on large and unbounded domains. We define the epsilon-entropy which is a measure of the complexity of the attractor, similar to a dimension per unit volume. We show how to get bounds on the epsilon-entropy for both PDEs in unbounded domains and their numerical approximations."

Contact David.Bourne@durham.ac.uk for more information