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p-version finite element methods applied to the equations of cardiac electrical propagation (mono/bidomain)
Adaptive timestep control for differential equations
I moved to Balliol College here after completing my MMath degree at the University of Warwick, becoming a DPhil student at the Life Sciences Interface Doctoral Training Centre in 2008. I completed my taught course year, and in 2009 joined the Computational Biology group to work on efficient schemes for solving the cardiac bidomain equations.
Chaste: an open source C++ library for computational physiology and biology
G.R. Mirams‚ C.J. Arthurs‚ M.O. Bernabeu‚ R. Bordas‚ J. Cooper‚ A. Corrias‚ Y. Davit‚ S−J. Dunn‚ A.G. Fletcher‚ D.G. Harvey‚ M.E. Marsh‚ J. M. Osborne‚ P. Pathmanathan‚ J. Pitt−Francis‚ J. Southern‚ N. Zemzemi and D.J. Gavaghan
In PLoS Computational Biology. Vol. 9. No. 3. Pages e1002970. 2013.
Efficient Simulation of Cardiac Electrical Propagation using High Order Finite Elements
C. Arthurs‚ M. Bishop and D. Kay
In Journal of Computational Physics. Vol. 231. Pages 3946−3962. 2012.