Level Set Method Library (LSMLIB) . The Level Set Method Library (LSMLIB) provides support for the serial and parallel simulation of implicit surface and curve dynamics in two- and three-dimensions. It contains an implementation of the basic level set method algorithms and numerical kernels described in ”Level Set Methods and Dynamics Implicit Surfaces” by S. Osher and R. Fedkiw and ”Level Set Methods and Fast Marching Methods” by J.A. Sethian. It also contains implementations of several advanced level set method techniques available in the literature. The library consists of a collection of Fortran subroutines, C functions, and C++ classes. In addition, MATLAB interfaces are provided for some of the basic components of the level set method algorithm.
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- Egorova, Vera N.; Trucchia, Andrea; Pagnini, Gianni: Fire-spotting generated fires. I: The role of atmospheric stability (2020)
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