We use energy estimates to derive new bounds on the eigenvalues of a generic form of double saddle-point matrices, with and without regularization terms. Results related to inertia and algebraic multiplicity of eigenvalues are also presented. The analysis includes eigenvalue bounds for preconditioned matrices based on block-diagonal Schur complement-based preconditioners, and it is shown that in this case the eigenvalues are clustered within a few intervals bounded away from zero. The analytical observations are linked to a few multiphysics problems of interest. This is joint work with Susanne Bradley.
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- Computational Mathematics and Applications Seminar