Parallel Solution in Simulation of Cardiac Excitation Anisotropic Propagation

@inproceedings{Zhang2007ParallelSI,
  title={Parallel Solution in Simulation of Cardiac Excitation Anisotropic Propagation},
  author={Yu Zhang and Ling Xia and Yinglan Gong and Ligang Chen and Guanghuan Hou and Min Tang},
  booktitle={FIMH},
  year={2007}
}
Solution in simulation of cardiac excitation anisotropic propagation throughout the ventricular myocardium is computationally very expensive that demands the introduction of a high performance computing techniques. In this study, a canine ventricle model was constructed features a realistic anatomical structure, including intramural fiber rotation and a conduction system. By using operator-splitting scheme, adaptive time step and backward differentiation formulation techniques in a parallel… CONTINUE READING

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