El Topo: Robust Topological Operations for Dynamic Explicit Surfaces. El Topo is a public domain C++ package for tracking dynamic surfaces represented as triangle meshes in 3D. It robustly handles topology changes such as merging and pinching off, while adaptively maintaining a tangle-free, high-quality triangulation.

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  6. Clausen, Pascal; Wicke, Martin; Shewchuk, Jonathan R.; O’Brien, James F.: Simulating liquids and solid-liquid interactions with Lagrangian meshes (2013)
  7. Yu, Jihun; Turk, Greg: Reconstructing surfaces of particle-based fluids using anisotropic kernels (2013)
  8. Longoni, Matteo; Malossi, A.Cristiano I.; Quarteroni, Alfio; Villa, Andrea; Ruffo, Paolo: An ALE-based numerical technique for modeling sedimentary basin evolution featuring layer deformations and faults (2011)
  9. Nochetto, Ricardo H.; Walker, Shawn W.: A hybrid variational front tracking-level set mesh generator for problems exhibiting large deformations and topological changes (2010)
  10. Brochu, Tyson; Bridson, Robert: Robust topological operations for dynamic explicit surfaces (2009)