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The aim of this paper is to give a unified comparison of non-overlapping domain decomposition methods for solving magnetic field problems. The methods under investigation are the Schur complement method and the Lagrange multiplier based finite element tearing and interconnecting method, and their solvers. The performance of these methods has been investigated in detail for two-dimensional magnetic field problems as case studies.

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