Monika Wolfmayr

Monika Wolfmayr
JAMK University of Applied Sciences | JAMK · Institute of Information Technology

Doctor of Engineering
Efficient computational methods in hyperspectral imaging

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This work presents the derivation of a model for the heating process of the air of a glass dome, where an indoor swimming pool is located in the bottom of the dome. The problem can be reduced from a three dimensional to a two dimensional one. The main goal is the formulation of a proper optimization problem for computing the optimal heating of the...
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This work presents the derivation of a model for the heating process of the air of a glass dome, where an indoor swimming pool is located in the bottom of the dome. The problem can be reduced from a three dimensional to a two dimensional one. The main goal is the formulation of a proper optimization problem for computing the optimal heating of the...
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In this paper, a new technique is shown for deriving computable, guaranteed lower bounds of functional type (minorants) for two different cost functionals subject to a parabolic time-periodic boundary value problem. Together with previous results on upper bounds (majorants) for one of the cost functionals, both minorants and majorants lead to two-s...
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This article is devoted to presenting efficient solvers for time-periodic parabolic optimization problems. The solvers are based on deriving two-sided bounds for the cost functional. Here, we especially employ the time-periodic nature of the problem discussed in order to obtain fully computable and guaranteed upper and lower bounds for the cost fun...
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This article is devoted to the efficient numerical solution of the Helmholtz equation in a two‐ or three‐dimensional (2D or 3D) rectangular domain with an absorbing boundary condition (ABC). The Helmholtz problem is discretized by standard bilinear and trilinear finite elements on an orthogonal mesh yielding a separable system of linear equations....
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In this paper, a new technique is applied on deriving computable, guaranteed lower bounds of functional type (minorants) for two different cost functionals subject to a parabolic time-periodic boundary value problem. Together with previous results on upper bounds (majorants) for one of the cost functionals, both minorants and majorants lead to two-...
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This paper is devoted to the efficient numerical solution of the Helmholtz equation in a two- or three-dimensional rectangular domain with an absorbing boundary condition (ABC). The Helmholtz problem is discretized by standard bilinear and trilinear finite elements on an orthogonal mesh yielding a separable system of linear equations. The main key...
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This work is aimed at the derivation of reliable and efficient a posteriori error estimates for convection-dominated diffusion problems motivated by a linear Fokker-Planck problem appearing in computational neuroscience. We obtain computable error bounds of the functional type for the static and time-dependent case and for different boundary condit...
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In this work, new results on functional type a posteriori estimates for elliptic optimal control problems with control constraints are presented. More precisely, we derive new, sharp, guaranteed, and fully computable lower bounds for the cost functional in addition to the already existing upper bounds. Using both, the lower and the upper bounds, we...
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This paper is devoted to the a posteriori error analysis of multiharmonic finite element approximations to distributed optimal control problems with time-periodic state equations of parabolic type. We derive a posteriori estimates of functional type, which are easily computable and provide guaranteed upper bounds for the state and co-state errors a...
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In this work, new theoretical results on functional type a posteriori estimates for elliptic optimal control problems with control constraints are presented. More precisely, we derive new, sharp, guaranteed and fully computable lower bounds for the cost functional in addition to the already existing upper bounds. Using both, the lower and the upper...
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The paper is concerned with parabolic time-periodic boundary value problems which are of theoretical interest and arise in different practical applications. The multiharmonic finite element method is well adapted to this class of parabolic problems. We study properties of multiharmonic approximations and derive guaranteed and fully computable bound...
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This paper is on preconditioners for reaction–diffusion problems that are both, uniform with respect to the reaction–diffusion coefficients, and optimal in terms of computational complexity. The considered preconditioners belong to the class of so-called algebraic multilevel iteration (AMLI) methods, which are based on a multilevel block factorizat...
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- This paper presents the multiharmonic analysis of a distributed parabolic optimal control problem in a time-periodic setting. We prove the existence and uniqueness of the solution of some weak space-time variational formulation for the parabolic time-periodic boundary value problem appearing in the constraints for the optimal control problem. Sin...
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This paper presents the analysis of a distributed parabolic optimal control problem in a multiharmonic setting. In particular, the desired state is assumed to be multiharmonic. After eliminating the control from the optimality system, we arrive at the reduced optimality system for the state and the co-state that is nothing but a coupled system of a...
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In this note, we present some of our recent work on the multiharmonic analysis of a distributed parabolic optimal control problem in a time-periodic setting. (© 2012 Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim)

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