Real-time parallel computation and visualization of ultrasonic pulses in solids.

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Parallel processing has changed the way much computational physics is done. Areas such as condensed matter physics, fluid dynamics, and other fields are making use of massively parallel computers to solve immense and important problems in new ways. Simulating wave propagation is another area that has benefited through the use of parallel processing. This is… (More)

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@article{Schechter1994RealtimePC, title={Real-time parallel computation and visualization of ultrasonic pulses in solids.}, author={R S Schechter and H H Chaskelis and R B Mignogna and P. P. Delsanto}, journal={Science}, year={1994}, volume={265 5176}, pages={1188-92} }