Domain Decomposition for Computing Extremely Low Frequency Induced Current in the Human Body

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Perrussel, Ronan; Voyer, Damien; Nicolas, Laurent; Scorretti, Riccardo; Burais, Noël;
(2011)
  • Publisher: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1109/TMAG.2010.2076273, doi: 10.1109/CEFC.2010.5481843
  • Subject: finite-element methods | numerical dosimetry | Human bodies | [ INFO.INFO-MO ] Computer Science [cs]/Modeling and Simulation | Preconditioners | Computational phantom | [INFO.INFO-MO]Computer Science [cs]/Modeling and Simulation | [SPI.ELEC]Engineering Sciences [physics]/Electromagnetism | Krylov subspace method | Induced field | Extremely low frequency | Extremely low frequencies | Domain decompositions | [ SPI.ELEC ] Engineering Sciences [physics]/Electromagnetism | High resolution
    acm: ComputingMethodologies_COMPUTERGRAPHICS
    arxiv: Physics::Medical Physics

International audience; Computation of electromagnetic fields in high resolution computational phantoms requires solving large linear systems. We present an application of Schwarz preconditioners with Krylov subspace methods for computing extremely low frequency induced... View more
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