# Efficient simulation of cardiac electrical propagation using adaptive high-order finite elements

@inproceedings{Arthurs2013EfficientSO, title={Efficient simulation of cardiac electrical propagation using adaptive high-order finite elements}, author={Christopher J. Arthurs}, year={2013} }

- Published 2013

This thesis investigates the high-order hierarchical finite element method, also known as the finite element p-version, as a computationally-efficient technique for generating numerical solutions to the cardiac monodomain equation. We first present it as a uniform-order method, and through an a priori error bound we explain why the associated cardiac cell model must be thought of as a PDE and approximated to high-order in order to obtain the accuracy that the p-version is capable of. We perform… CONTINUE READING

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