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Ongoing developments in cardiac modelling have resulted, in particular, in the development of advanced and increasingly complex computational frameworks for simulating cardiac tissue electrophysiology. The goal of these simulations is often to represent the detailed physiology and pathologies of the heart using codes that exploit the computational potential(More)
The study of cardiac arrhythmias is a major focus of computational biology, and undertaking biophysically detailed simulations is computationally demanding. An efficient coupled electromechanical solver to model cardiac tissue has been developed. This provides features to model fibre direction, and utilises computationally efficient techniques to reduce the(More)
The study of pathological cardiac conditions such as arrhythmias, a major cause of mortality in heart failure, is becoming increasingly informed by computational simulation, numerically modelling the governing equations. This can provide insight where experimental work is constrained by technical limitations and/or ethical issues. It is now commonly used to(More)
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