Dijkstra-like Ordered Upwind Methods for Solving Static

@inproceedings{Equations2010DijkstralikeOU,
  title={Dijkstra-like Ordered Upwind Methods for Solving Static},
  author={Hamilton-Jacobi Equations},
  year={2010}
}
  • Hamilton-Jacobi Equations
  • Published 2010
The solution of a static Hamilton-Jacobi Partial Differential Equation (HJ PDE) can be used to determine the change of shape in a surface for etching/deposition/lithography applications, to provide the first-arrival time of a wavefront emanating from a source for seismic applications, or to compute the minimal-time trajectory of a robot trying to reach a goal. HJ PDEs are nonlinear so theory and methods for solving linear PDEs do not directly apply. An efficient way to approximate the solution… CONTINUE READING
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