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Data Structure and Algorithm

Unread postby UCERD.COM » Sat Jun 08, 2013 6:04 am

1 Data types
. 1.1 Primitive types
1.2 Composite types
1.3 Abstract data types
2 Linear data structures
2.1 Arrays
2.2 Lists
3 Trees
3.1 Binary trees
3.2 B-trees
3.3 Heaps
3.4 Trees
3.5 Multiway trees
3.6 Space-partitioning trees
3.7 Application-specific trees
4 Hashes
5 Graphs
6 Other
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Unread postby UCERD.COM » Sat Jun 15, 2013 12:55 am

Presented [1] a method for simulating water and smoke on an unrestricted octree data structure exploiting mesh refinement techniques to capture the small scale visual detail. The authors [1] proposed a new technique for discretizing the Poisson equation on this octree grid. The resulting linear system is symmetric positive definite enabling the use of fast solution methods such as preconditioned conjugate gradients, whereas the standard approximation to the Poisson equation on an octree grid results in a non-symmetric linear system which is more computationally challenging to invert. The semi-Lagrangian characteristic tracing technique is used to advect the velocity, smoke density, and even the level set making implementation on an octree straightforward. In the case of smoke, we have multiple refinement criteria including object boundaries, optical depth, and vorticity concentration. In the case of water, we refine near the interface as determined by the zero isocontour of the level set function.


  1. Simulating Water and Smoke with an Octree Data Structure
  2. An FPGA run-time system for dynamical on-demand reconfiguration
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