## Fifth International Symposium on Domain Decomposition Methods for Partial Differential EquationsPapers presented at the May 1991 symposium reflect continuing interest in the role of domain decomposition in the effective utilization of parallel systems; applications in fluid mechanics, structures, biology, and design optimization; and maturation of analysis of elliptic equations, with theoretic |

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### Contents

Additive Schwarz Methods for Elliptic Finite Element | 3 |

Some Schwarz Methods for Symmetric and Nonsymmetric | 19 |

Domain Decomposition Method with Nonsymmetric Interface | 37 |

The Schwarz Algorithm and Multilevel Decomposition Iterative | 48 |

Preconditioners for One Class of Elliptic Problems in Not Simply | 56 |

Decomposition and Fictitious Domains Methods for Elliptic | 62 |

Spectral Analysis of the Interface Operators Associated with | 73 |

An Iterative Substructuring Algorithm for Problems in Three | 91 |

A Domain Decomposition Preconditioner Based on a Change | 346 |

Domain Decomposition Algorithms of Schwarz Type Designed | 362 |

Parallel Multigrid and Domain Decomposition Algorithms | 376 |

The Performance of an Explicitimplicit Domain Decomposition | 386 |

Solution of the Stokes Problem on DistributedMemory | 394 |

Parallel Multigrid Methods on Composite Meshes | 401 |

Numerical Coupling of Nonconservative or Kinetic Models with | 420 |

Least SquaresDomain Imbedding Methods for Neumann | 451 |

Finite Element Matching Methods | 99 |

Iterative Methods by SPD and Small Subspace Solvers | 106 |

Contents | 119 |

Adaptive MultiDomain Spectral Methods | 195 |

Application of Domain Decomposition Techniques to Modal | 214 |

Fourier and Probe Variants of the Vertex Space Domain | 236 |

Domain Decomposition Method and Slow Passage Through | 250 |

A SaddlePoint Principle Domain Decomposition Method for | 271 |

Domain Decomposition to Solve Layers and Singular | 293 |

ADomain Decomposition Method for Eigenvalue Problems | 306 |

On Adaptive Domain Decomposition with Moving Subdomains | 322 |

Numerical Solution of a Turning Point Problem | 330 |

The Parallel Block Preconditioned Conjugate Gradient Algorithm | 339 |

Hybrid Domain Decomposition for Configurations with Multiple | 476 |

A Submerged Body Moving in a Stratified Medium Via Domain | 498 |

Solution of DifferentialAlgebraic Equations for Renal AcidBase | 518 |

Pseudospectral Domain Decomposition Techniques for | 531 |

A Domain Decomposition Method for Elliptic Boundary Value | 545 |

A Multiblock Multigrid Solution Procedure for Multielement | 558 |

NonOscillatory Spectral Element Chebyshev Method for Shock | 566 |

Adaptive Multigrid Domain Decomposition Solutions of | 586 |

A Parallel Algorithm for an Investigation of SelfFocusing | 597 |

Composite Grids for Flow Computations on Complex | 605 |

A Multidomain Spectral Collocation Solver for the Elasticity | 614 |

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