GRAPH GRAMMAR BASED PETRI NET CONTROLLED DIRECT SOLVER ALGORITHM

Arkadiusz Szymczak, Maciej Paszyński, David Pardo

Abstract


In this paper we present the Petri net setting the optimal order of elimination for directsolver working with hp refined finite finite element meshes. The computational mesh is representedby a graph, with graph vertices corresponding to finite element nodes. The directsolver algorithm is expressed as a sequence of graph grammar productions, attributing thegraph vertices. The Petri net dictates the order of graph grammar productions, representingthe execution of the solver algorithm over a graph representation of computational mesh.The presentation is concluded with numerical experiments performed for a model L-shapedomain.

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Petri nets; graph grammar; direct solver

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7494/csci.2010.11.0.65

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