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Table 4 \(\epsilon^{(j)}_{1}\), \(\epsilon^{(j)}_{2}\), \(j=1,\ldots,N\) and the respective Rayleigh number R in which the maximum takes place for different dimensions j of the reduced basis space. R is in the interval \([1253;1538]\) for solutions \(S_{3}\) in the upper part of the table and R is in the interval \([1538;3000]\) for solutions \(S_{3}\) in the lower part of the table

From: Reduced basis method applied to a convective stability problem

j \(\epsilon^{(j)}_{1}\) \(\epsilon^{(j)}_{2} \) R
1 0.354 0.198 1253
2 0.011 0.002 1530
3 6.410−4 1.210−4 1330
4 6.510−5 1.210−5 1270
5 1.410−6 2.910−7 1450
6 2.710−7 5.210−8 1380
1 0.442 0.412 1539
2 0.018 0.005 3000
3 0.001 2.710−4 2100
4 2.410−4 5.210−5 1700
5 5.910−6 8.910−7 2600
6 5.510−7 2.110−7 1900
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