We introduce an abstract concept for decomposing spaces with respect to a substructuring of a bounded domain. In this setting we define weakly conforming finite element approximations of quadratic minimization problems. Within a saddle point approach the reduction to symmetric positive Schur complement systems on the skeleton is analyzed. Applications include weakly conforming variants of least squares and minimal residuals.
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The Skeleton Reduction for Finite Element Substructuring Methods