DG1D_POISSON is a MATLAB library which uses the Discontinuous Galerkin Method (DG) to approximate a solution of the 1D Poisson Equation. The code was written by Beatrice Riviere.
A 1D version of the Poisson equation has the form
- ( K(x) u'(x) )' = f(x) for 0 < x < 1 u(0) = 1 u(1) = 0Here, we will assume that K(x) = 1.
DG1D_POISSON computes an approximate discrete solution to the problem, using a version of the Discontinuous Galerkin method. The interval [0,1] is divided into equal subintervals, over each of which a set of basis monomials are defined, centered at the midpoint of the subinterval, and normalized to have unit value at the subinterval endpoints.
The discontinous Galerkin equations are then set up as the linear system A*c=b, where c represents the coefficients of the basis functions. The result of solving this system can then be used to tabulate, evaluate, or plot the approximate DG solution function.
DG1D_POISSON is available in a MATLAB version and a Python version.
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Beatrice Riviere