# Vestnik КRAUNC. Fiz.-Mat. nauki. 2024. vol. 46. no. 1. P. 118-133. ISSN 2079-6641

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https://doi.org/10.26117/2079-6641-2024-46-1-118-133
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MSC 65D05, 65L60

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Construction of Basis Functions for Finite Element Methods in a Hilbert Space

A. R. Hayotov^{\ast \bf{123}}, N. N. Doniyorov^{\ast \bf{145}}

^1V. I. Romanovskiy Institute of Mathematics, 9, University str., Tashkent, 100174, Uzbekistan
^2Tashkent State Transport University, Temiryo‘lchilar str., Tashkent, 100167, Uzbekistan
^3Central Asian University, 264, Milliy bog str., Tashkent, 111221, Uzbekistan
^4National University of Uzbekistan named after Mirzo Ulugbek, 4, University str., Tashkent, 100174, Uzbekistan
^5Bukhara State University, 11, Muhammad Ikbol str., Bukhara, 200114, Uzbekistan

Abstract. The present work is devoted to construction of the optimal interpolation formula exact for
trigonometric functions sin(ωx) and cos(ωx). Here the analytical representations of the coefficients of the optimal interpolation formula in a certain Hilbert space are obtained using the discrete analogue of the differential operator. Taking the coefficients of the optimal interpolation formula as basis functions, in the finite element methods the boundary value problems for ordinary differential equations of the second order are approximately solved. In particular, it is shown that the coefficients of the optimal interpolation formula can serve as a set of effective basis functions. Approximate solutions of the differential equations are compared using the constructed basis functions and known basis functions. In particular, we have obtained numerical results for the cases when the numbers of basis functions are 6 and 11. In both cases, we have got that the accuracy of the approximate solution to the boundary value problems for second-order ordinary differential equations found using our basis functions is higher than the accuracy of the approximate solution found using known basis functions. It is proven that the accuracy of the approximate solution increases with increasing the number of basis functions.

Key words: basis functions, ordinary differential equation, boundary value problem, finite element method, interpolation.

Received: 03.01.2024; Revised: 25.02.2024; Accepted: 29.02.2024; First online: 07.03.2024

For citation. Hayotov A. R., Doniyorov N. N. Construction of basis functions for finite element methods in a Hilbert space. Vestnik KRAUNC. Fiz.-mat. nauki. 2024, 46: 1, 118-133. EDN: EUIRSM. https://doi.org/10.26117/2079-6641-2024-46-1-118-133.

Funding. The work was not carried out within the framework of funds

Competing interests. There are no conflicts of interest regarding authorship and publication.

Contribution and Responsibility. All authors contributed to this article. Authors are solely responsible for providing the final version of the article in print. The final version of the manuscript was approved by all authors.

^\astCorrespondence: E-mail: hayotov@mail.ru, doniyorovnn@mail.ru

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