Tilmann Bubeck

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The finite mass method is a purely Lagrangian scheme for the spatial discretisation of the macroscopic phenomenological laws that govern the flow of compressible fluids. In this article we investigate how to take into account long range gravitational forces in the framework of the finite mass method. This is achieved by incorporating an extra discrete(More)
A recent paper 7] describes a variable precision interval arithmetic algorithm for the computation of the zeros of an analytic function inside a given rectangle and to a user-speciied accuracy. The algorithm is based on the argument principle in the set of complex numbers C and carries much potential for parallelization at various levels of granularity.(More)
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