Adaptive Finite Elements and Colliding Black Holes

@inproceedings{Arnold1997AdaptiveFE,
  title={Adaptive Finite Elements and Colliding Black Holes},
  author={Douglas N. Arnold and Arup Mukherjee and Luc Pouly},
  year={1997}
}
According to the theory of general relativity, the relative acceleration of masses generates gravitational radiation. Although gravitational radiation has not yet been detected, it is believed that extremely violent cosmic events, such as the collision of black holes, should generate gravity waves of su cient amplitude to detect on earth. The massive Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory, or LIGO, is now being constructed to detect gravity waves. Consequently there is great… CONTINUE READING
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