Adapting NBODY4 with a GRAPE-6a Supercomputer for Web Access, Using NBodyLab. ... NBODY4 is a sophisticated open-source N-body code for high accuracy simulations of dense stellar systems (Aarseth 2003). In 2004, NBODY4 was successfully tested with a GRAPE-6a, yielding an unprecedented low-cost tool for astrophysical research.
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- Georgakarakos, Nikolaos: Stability criteria for hierarchical triple systems (2008)
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