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    What is an a priori and an a posteriori error estimate?

    Dear All,

    I tried to ask Google, but I did not get any answers. May the magic MHF forces help!

    Shailen.
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    Re: What is an a priori and an a posteriori error estimate?

    Quote Originally Posted by shailen.sobhee View Post
    I tried to ask Google, but I did not get any answers.

    Look at the webpage.
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    Re: What is an a priori and an a posteriori error estimate?

    Oh..Google search results are really messed up over here. I get academic papers and links to university discussions as top 10 links!!

    Thank you!
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