Heng-Chuan Kan

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In this work, a mixed Eulerian–Lagrangian algorithm, called ELAFINT (Eulerian Lagrangian algorithm for interface tracking) is developed further and applied to compute flows with solid–fluid and fluid–fluid interfaces. The method is capable of handling fluid flows in the presence of both irregularly shaped solid boundaries and moving boundaries on a fixed(More)
Traditionally, the analysis of computer algorithms has concentrated on combinatorial methods, with the primary objective being worst-case performance bounds. However, in the last 10 years there has been a dramatic increase in the probabilistic analysis of algorithms. One reason is obvious and suggests that the trend will continue: the statistical behavior(More)
In this paper, we report on implementing an experimental distributed computing application for bioinformatics consisting of basic high-performance computing environments (Grid and PC Cluster systems), multiple interfaces at user portals that provide useful graphical interfaces to enable biologists who are not IT specialists to benefit directly from the use(More)
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