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Simple FEMs aren't as good as we thought: experiences developing EIDORS v3.3
 

Summary: Simple FEMs aren't as good as we thought:
experiences developing EIDORS v3.3
Andy Adler1
, Andrea Borsic2
, Nick Polydorides3
, William R B Lionheart4
Abstract In this paper, we 1: announce EIDORS
version 3.3, and clarify the new features and changes
to the software. Briefly, the new version includes: a)
interfaces to FEM generation (distmesh, netgen) and
dual model solvers, b) new algorithms (total varia-
tion, electrode movement solver, temporal solvers),
c) a data repository with in vivo and simulated data
and models, d) faster algorithms with better caching,
and e) improved graphics and extensive tutorials.
2: we review the use of dual models in EIT, and
the architecture to support their use in EIDORS. 3:
we discuss accuracy limitations to the single-order
tetrahedral finite element models that are used in
much EIT research. We recommend that models

  

Source: Adler, Andy - Department of Systems and Computer Engineering, Carleton University

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences