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- A. Yúfera, G. Leger, E. O. Rodríguez-Villegas, J. M. Muñoz, A. Rueda, A. Ivorra +3 others
- 2000

(IC) for the measurement of tissue impedance is presented. The chip is intended to be used in monitoring biomedical parameters in living bodies. Tissue impedance is one of these parameters which allows ischemia monitoring. The designed IC is used in a four-electrode based setup in order to minimize the effect of electrode-electrolyte interface impedance. A… (More)

We investigate the numerical stability of Cauchy evolution of linearized gravitational theory in a 3-dimensional bounded domain. Criteria of robust stability are proposed, developed into a testbed and used to study various evolution-boundary algorithms. We consider a standard explicit finite difference code which solves the unconstrained linearized Einstein… (More)

We describe the computation of the Bondi news for gravitational radiation. We have implemented a computer code for this problem. We discuss the theory behind it as well as the results of validation tests. Our approach uses the compactified null cone formalism, with the computational domain extending to future null infinity and with a worldtube as inner… (More)

A Cauchy-characteristic initial value problem for the Einstein-Klein-Gordon system with spherical symmetry is presented. Initial data are specified on the union of a space-like and null hypersurface. The development of the data is obtained with the combination of a constrained Cauchy evolution in the interior domain and a characteristic evolution in the… (More)

A code that implements Einstein equations in the characteristic formulation in 3D has been developed and thoroughly tested for the vacuum case. Here, we describe how to incorporate matter, in the form of a perfect fluid, into the code. The extended code has been written and validated in a number of cases. It is stable and capable of contributing towards an… (More)

- A. M. Abrahams, L. Rezzolla, M. E. Rupright, A. Anderson, P. Anninos, T. W. Baumgarte +36 others
- 1998

We present a method for extracting gravitational radiation from a three-dimensional numerical relativity simulation and, using the extracted data, to provide outer boundary conditions. The method treats dynamical gravitational variables as nonspherical perturbations of Schwarzschild geometry. We discuss a code which implements this method and present… (More)

We present the first simulations of non-head-on (grazing) collisions of binary black holes in which the singularities are excised from the simulation. Initially equal mass m black holes (spinning or not) are separated by approximately 10m and with impact parameter approximately 2m. Evolutions to t approximately 35m are obtained where two separate horizons… (More)

We describe the null geometry of a multiple black hole event horizon in terms of a conformal rescaling of a flat space null hypersurface. For the prolate spheroidal case, we show that the method reproduces the pair-of-pants shaped horizon found in the numerical simulation of the head-on-collision of black holes. For the oblate case, it reproduces the… (More)