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3 presents the formulation of the method. Solution of the optimization problem is discussed in Sect. 4. We conjecture error estimates and derive optimal parameters for our algorithm from the complexity analysis of Sect. 5. Finally, Sect. 6 provides numerical evidence in support of these conjectures. Optimization-Based Atomistic-to-Continuum Coupling Method 2 35 Preliminaries We consider the problem of modeling a crystal occupying the inﬁnite domain, Rd , and take the reference conﬁguration of the atoms to be the integer lattice, Zd , deformed by the macroscopic deformation gradient F.

6) on this grid by U The second grid is instead fine, being the grid where we actually want to compute the numerical solution of the equation. It will be denoted by G and its ⎦ ). We will nodes by x1 , . . , xN , where N is the total number of nodes (N >>N denote the space step for this grid by k := Δxfine and the solution of the Eq. (6) on this grid by UP . We also choose the number R of subdomains (patches) to be used in the patchy decomposition and we divide the target φ0 in R parts denoted by φ0j , with j = 1, .

Then, the value iteration based on the semi-Lagrangian method leads to following iterative scheme: Data: Mesh G, Δt, initial guess V 0 , tolerance δ. forall the xi ∈ T do set Vi = 0 end forall the xi ∈ σG do set Vi = 1 end while ||V k+1 − V k || ≥ δ do forall the xi ∈ G do ⎢ ⎣ Vik+1 = min{e−Δt I V k (xi + Δtf (xi , a)) + 1 − e−Δt } a∗A end k =k+1 end Algorithm 1: (VI) Value Iteration method for minimum time problem Here Vik represents the values at a node xi of the grid at the k-th iteration and I is an interpolation operator acting on the values of the grid.