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The optimal position of the collocation point depends on the principal part of the pseudo differential operator. A first kind integral equation in the plane with a Cauchy singular kernel gives poor results if we use naive collocation but the solution improves dramatically if we place the collocation points in between the boundary element nodes. Vice versa: a second kind integral equation with a smooth kernel gives good results with naive collocation and not so good results if we place the collocation points in between the nodes, .
The mathematical theory of integral equations is embedded into the modern Fourier analysis for pseudo differential operators. ) The decisive concept in this analysis is the concept of the strong ellipticity of an integral operator, . If Garding's inequality is satisfied then this is equivalent to the positive definitness of the principal symbol of the pseudo differential operator, and since the GArding inequality implies stability and convergence of every Galerkin approximation this is particularly true for the boundary element Galerkin methods.
8 shows the range of admissible indices rand s. From this diagram we conclude that the highest possible order of convergence that can be achieved is collocation Galerkin least square O(hk-20') O(h 2k - 2o ) O(h2k-40') in H 2 o, in H 2 o- k in H 40'-k , The interesting point is, that these rates also determine the order of the error in the domain because the error in the interior IU - uhl = I! g(y,z)(f(y) - Ih(y))dsyl r ~ (collocation, note that 2a ell g[zlll-20' III - fhll20' < 0) can be estimated by the norm of the error on the boundary and the dual norm of the kernel.