Approaches for generating moving adaptive meshes : location versus velocity

@inproceedings{Caoa2003ApproachesFG,
  title={Approaches for generating moving adaptive meshes : location versus velocity},
  author={Weiming Caoa and Weizhang Huangb and Robert D. Russellc},
  year={2003}
}
  • Weiming Caoa, Weizhang Huangb, Robert D. Russellc
  • Published 2003
A variety of approaches for generating moving adaptive methods are summarized and compared. They fall into two groups: the velocity and the location based methods. The features, including the advanta weakness, of each group are addressed. Brief numerical results are presented for several commo approaches to highlight their features and performance.  2003 IMACS. Published by Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved. 
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