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29.06.2018 | Original Article Open Access

Homogenized out-of-plane shear response of three-scale fiber-reinforced composites

In the present work we embrace a three scales asymptotic homogenization approach to investigate the effective behavior of hierarchical linear elastic composites reinforced by cylindrical, uniaxially aligned fibers and possessing a periodic …

07.03.2018 | Special Issue FEM Symposium 2017

Numerical methods for fractional diffusion

We present three schemes for the numerical approximation of fractional diffusion, which build on different definitions of such a non-local process. The first method is a PDE approach that applies to the spectral definition and exploits the …

05.02.2018 | Special Issue FEM Symposium 2017

Finite elements for scalar convection-dominated equations and incompressible flow problems: a never ending story?

The contents of this paper is twofold. First, important recent results concerning finite element methods for convection-dominated problems and incompressible flow problems are described that illustrate the activities in these topics. Second, a …

02.02.2018 | Special Issue FEM Symposium 2017 Open Access

A massively parallel Eikonal solver on unstructured meshes

Algorithms for the numerical solution of the Eikonal equation discretized with tetrahedra are discussed. Several massively parallel algorithms for GPU computing are developed. This includes domain decomposition concepts for tracking the moving …

07.10.2017 | S.I.: ICACNI 2016

Triangular membership function based real-time gesture monitoring system for physical disorder detection

A novel approach to distinguish 25 body gestures enlightening physical disorders in young and elder individuals is explained using the proposed system. Here a well-known human sensing device, Kinect sensor is used which approximates the human body …

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Devoted to computational sciences, this journal publishes pioneering methods and applications that bring about the solution of complex problems, or even make such solutions possible at all. Since visualization has become an important scientific tool, especially in the analysis of complex situations, it is treated in close connection with the other areas covered by the journal, including:

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- optimization and control

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- visualization and image analysis

- computational physics and chemistry

- structural mechanics

- fluid dynamics

- environmental sciences

- computation in biosciences and medicine

- modeling and computation in engineering.

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