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Parallel Mesh Generation

Theory and Practice

By Nikos Chrisochoides, Andrey Chernikov

CRC Press – 2012 – 350 pages

Series: Chapman & Hall/CRC Computational Science

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Description

Breaking new ground in parallel mesh generation research, this text presents both the theoretical foundations and practical aspects related to the implementation of the methods used on current and emerging architectures within this field. Never before has any other book attempted to exclusively cover this important topic. With over twenty years of experience in parallel computing and mesh generation, the expert authors include information on new applications, including the use of parallel mesh generation in computer aided surgery.

Contents

Introduction. Domain Decomposition. Parallel Decoupled Delanunay Mesh Generation. Parallel Weakly Coupled Delanunay Mesh Generation. Parallel Partially Coupled Delanunay Mesh Generation. Parallel Coupled Delanunay Mesh Generation. Parallel Multigrain Delanunay Mesh Generation. Parallel Advancing Front Techniques. Parallel Edge Splitting Methods. Parallel Adaptive Space-Tree Methods. Taxonomy of Parallel Mesh Generation Methods. Communication Issues for Parallel Mesh Codes. Load Balancing for Parallel Mesh Generation. Applications. Extensions to Mathematics. Extensions for Emerging Architectures.

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