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Grid-3 is a **non-uniform grid** created using FDS namelist groups 'TRNX', 'TRNY''.

Topics include Lp estimates for solutions to second order parabolic equations, decomposition of wavelets on **non-uniform grids**, Newton polyhedra and estimates for differential operators, nodal lines and uniqueness in solutions to linear water wave problems, integral models of algebraic tori and affine toric variables, a geometrical approach to computations of the optimal solution to the rectangle packing problem, a nonstationary Maxwell system with non-homogeneous boundary conditions in domains and conical points, exceptional sets for derivatives of Blaschke products, and asymptotics of solutions and artificial boundary conditions in the transmission problem with a layer-like inhomogeneity.

NUMERICAL METHODOLOGY Grid Generation The schematic representation of the upper half of the two-dimensional **non-uniform grid** structure used in the present work is shown in Figure 2.