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Some numerical results based on realworld data are also presented. 1 2 4 ANTON WINTERFELD 1 Solving GSIP In this section, a solver for GSIP with convex lower level problems is briefly described. ... The optimal solution of a general semi-infinite problem is closely related to its lower level problems, which have the form: ... Emphasis is given to practical issues and implementation rather than to theoretical complexity. ...doi:10.1016/j.ejor.2007.01.057 fatcat:6szzfosbgngsbhzmqpc3xac6ry
A . Dinsdale (UK) J . Edwards (USA) M. Gaune-Escard (France) J . Hastie (USA) N. Jacobson (USA) M . Kizilyalli (Turkey) D . Kolar (Slovenia) K . Koumoto (Japan) R. Metselaar (The Netherlands) A . ... We wish to thank Riso National Laboratory for supplying the solid eleetrolyte and Haldor Topsoe A/S for preparing the samples used in this study. ... Acknowledgements The authors are indebted to the Cornmission of the European Communities (Science, Research and Development) for financial support in the frame of the Contract JOU 2-CT 92-0063 . ...doi:10.1515/ci.2007.29.2.27 fatcat:hpoutovcebdfdi2ylxn645umca
Three auxiliary vectors are sufficient for an implementation of the method, it means a small usage of memory, especially compared to direct linear solvers. ... The superlinear scaling of the runtime is obvious and the memory of a 4GB machine is only sufficent to solve problems on a grid with 66049 points, even less for the 2nd order upwind which uses a more complex ... The recent development of computer-systems with enhanced performance mainly resulting from clustering of compute-power has an increasing impact on the CFD community. ...doi:10.17877/de290r-554 fatcat:ibjz3iujuve77lkkkletkfdxtq