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The NSF project "Goal-oriented Mesh Adaptivity for Constrained Optimal Control and Optimization Problems" was awarded to Prof. Ronald H.W. Hoppe in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Houston.



 
 


 
 

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Project Description
The aim of this project is to introduce new concepts into the area of automatic mesh adaptivity for inequality constrained problems by incorporating an appropriate optimization framework based on, for example, nonlinear complementarity approaches and merit functions, and by carefully handling the error estimates.  more..


Involved Scientists
Click here to see the participating members from the University of Houston (UH) and the University of Graz. more..


Meetings
Here you will find the schedule of conferences, meetings, talks and discussed topics.  more..


Literature
See the list of related literature and download papers in PDF-format. more..



 

 
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