Omega-an octree-based mixed element grid allocator for the simulation of complex 3-D device structures

@article{Conti1991OmegaanOM,
  title={Omega-an octree-based mixed element grid allocator for the simulation of complex 3-D device structures},
  author={Paolo Conti and Nancy Hitschfeld-Kahler and Wolfgang Fichtner},
  journal={IEEE Trans. on CAD of Integrated Circuits and Systems},
  year={1991},
  volume={10},
  pages={1231-1241}
}
Q is an automatic mesh generator developed as a front-end for the simulation of complex three-dimensional (3-D) semiconductor devices. Grids generated with Q exhibit smooth transitions from dense to coarse grid regions and a proper description of irregular geometries such as nonuniform surfaces and interfaces. In addition to the grid itself, Q provides the dual lattice needed for the integration of the device equations. The underlying algorithm avoids the well-known obtuse angle problem. We… CONTINUE READING

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