Publications of the HPC²
Publications by HPC centers and institutes include items from past years such as an early publication written by one of the HPC founding investigators, Dr. Joe Thompson. Numerical Grid Generation was originally published by Elsevier Science Publishing Co., Inc. in 1985, and the copyright was transferred to Joe F. Thompson in 1997.
Results Divided By Year
Publications for: Shontz
Kim, J., Sastry, S. P., & Shontz, S.M. (2012). A Vertex Cut Algorithm for Model Order Reduction of Parasitic Resistive Networks. COMPEL: The International Journal for Computation and Mathematics in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. 31(6), 1850-1871.
Sastry, S. P., Shontz, S.M., & Vavasis, S. A. (2012). A Log-Barrier Method for Mesh Quality Improvement and Untangling. Engineering with Computers. Springer. [Document Site]
Kim, J., Sastry, S. P., & Shontz, S.M. (2012). A Numerical Investigation on the Interplay Amongst Geometry, Meshes, and Linear Algebra in the Finite Element Solution of Elliptic PDEs. Engineering with Computers. 28(4), 431-450.
Sastry, S. P., & Shontz, S.M. (2012). Performance Characterization of Nonlinear Optimization Methods for Mesh Quality Improvement. Engineering with Computers. 28(3), 269-286.
Shontz, S.M., & Vavasis, S. A. (2012). A Robust Solution Procedure for Hyperelastic Solids with Large Boundary Deformation. Engineering with Computers. 28(2), 135-147.
Peer-Reviewed Conference Papers
Park, J., Shontz, S.M., & Drapaca, C. S. (2012). Automatic Boundary Evolution Tracking via a Combined Level Set Method and Mesh Warping Technique: Application to Hydrocephalus. Springer. MICCAI Workshop on Mesh Processing in Medical Image Analysis 2012. 7599, 122-133.
Czuprynski, K. D., Fahnline, J. N., & Shontz, S.M. (2012). Parallel Boundary Element Solutions of Block Circulant Linear Systems for Acoustic Radiation Problems with Rotationally Symmetric Boundary Surfaces. Proceedings of the Internoise 2012. ASME NCAD Meeting.
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