## Interdisciplinary Finite Element Analysis: Proceedings of the U.S.-Japan Seminar Held at Cornell University, August 7-11, 1978 and Sponsored by the U.S. National Science Foundation and the Japan Society for Promotion of ScienceJohn Fredrick Abel, Tadahiko Kawai, Shan-Fu Shen College of Engineering and School of Civil & Environmental Engineering of Cornell University, 1981 - Finite element method - 834 pages |

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### Contents

Y Yamamoto T Nakano and H Yamato A Method of Super | 3 |

J T Oden A Finite Element Analysis of NonMonotone | 21 |

H Fujita An Operator Theoretical Study of the Finite Element | 31 |

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