### Table 6. Accuracy of the EG schemes and of the rst order vorticity preserving scheme Problem 3. The next example contains a discontinuity in the initial data. Although the theory is not applicable to discontinuous data, we consider this problem since many physically relevant problems in gas dynamics have discontinous solutions; discontinuities in linear problems correspond to contact discontinuities in gas dynamics. We consider the data (x; 0) = 0;

1997

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### Table 6.1: Maximum errors for the periodic scalar inviscid Burgers equation using both the Fourier and Legendre enhanced SV-methods for N = 8; 16; 32; 64: Next, we turn to demonstrate the performance of the enhanced Legendre SV-method for one-dimensional system of Euler equations of gas dynamics. In this example we must use the enhanced edge detection proce- dure to locate the discontinuities in the rst derivative as well. This allows us to obtain very high resolution and eliminate the \smearing quot; e ect of the post-processing method caused by the contact discontinuities. Example 6.2 (Euler equations of gas dynamics) @ @tu(x; t) + @ @xf(u(x; t)) = 0;

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### Table 2: Rejection and Discontinuance

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### Table 1: Percentages of perceived discontinuities

1998

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### Table 1: Percentages of perceived discontinuities

1998

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### Table 1: Percentages of perceived discontinuities

1998

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### Table 2: Rejection and Discontinuance Category

### Table 1: discontinuous coe cients

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