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Marker and cell - the state of the art

McKee, S. (2002) Marker and cell - the state of the art. In: 5th Biennial Engineering Mathematics and Applications Conference, 2002-09-29 - 2002-10-02.

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Abstract

Summary of research using the marker and cell technique in numerical analysis and fluid dynamics.