Mathematical Aspects of Numerical Grid Generation (Frontiers in Applied Mathematics) Paperback – 1 Jan 1987
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'Numerical grid generation frequently plays a central role in complex numerical modeling problems. Strangely, essentially none of the important methods have been analyzed mathematically. This volume is an excellent start in correcting that situation.' Stanly L. Steinberg (1-NM-S), Mathematical Reviews
Numerical grid generation plays a critical role in any scientific computing problem when the geometry of the underlying region is complex or when the solution has a complex structure. The mathematical aspects of grid generation are discussed to provide a deeper understanding of the algorithms and their imitations. Variational methods are emphasized because they are more robust, but elliptic and transcendental algebraic methods are also considered.
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