Adaptive Spectral Galerkin Methods with Dynamic Marking
Monday 2nd November 2015
Canuto, C.; Nochetto, R. H.; Stevenson, R.; Verani, M.
The convergence and optimality theory of adaptive Galerkin methods is almost exclusively based on the Dorfler marking. This entails a fixed parameter and leads to a contraction constant bounded below away from zero. For spectral Galerkin methods this is a severe limitation which affects performance. We present a dynamic marking strategy that allows for a super-linear relation between consecutive discretization errors, and show exponential convergence with linear computational complexity whenever the solution belongs to a Gevrey approximation class.