Research Articles

The mathematical ideas leading to deltaBEM have have been under development for a number of years and are still the object of ongoing research. The paper

Domínguez, Víctor; Lu, Sijiang L.; Sayas, Francisco-Javier. A Nyström flavored Calderón calculus of order three for two dimensional waves, time-harmonic and transient. Comput. Math. Appl. 67 (2014), no. 1, 217–236.
contains the main elements of deltaBEM applied to the Helmholtz equation. Some theoretical arguments justifying the methods are given in this paper. An older version of the discrete calculus, of order two only, is given in

Domínguez, Víctor; Lu, Sijiang; Sayas, Francisco-Javier. A fully discrete Calderón calculus for two dimensional time harmonic waves. Int. J. Numer. Anal. Model. 11 (2014), no. 2, 332–345.
The extension to time harmonic linear elasticity is addressed in

Dominguez, Victor; Sanchez-Vizuet, Tonatiuh; Sayas, Francisco-Javier. A fully discrete Calderon Calculus for the two-dimensional elastic wave equation. Comput. Math. Appl. 69 (2015) 620-635
A comprehensive introduction to the algorithmic aspects of Convolution Quadrature (both the linear multistep and Runge-Kutta cases) is given in Hassell,Matthew; Sayas, Francisco-Javier. Convolution Quadrature for Wave Simulations. (To appear in SEMA-SIMAI Springer Series.)

For more theoretical results, consult the references in the previous papers, and wait for a full forthcoming analysis of the entire collection of discrete operators. Preprints of the published papers linked above can be downloaded from arXiv.

The research leading to the deltaBEM suite has been partially funded by the National Science Foundation through the grant NSF-DMS 1216356. Numerical simulation and analysis of transient waves in unbounded domains.