Bookchapter 2002
  1. C. Wolters, A. Anwander, M. Koch, S. Reitzinger, M. Kuhn, M. Svensen, "Influence of head tissue conductivity anisotropy on human EEG and MEG using fast high resolution finite element modeling, based on a parallel algebraic multigrid solver". In T. Plesser and P. Wittenburg (eds.): "Forschung und wissenschaftliches Rechnen" Heinz-Billing Award for the Advancement of Scientific Computing, Gesellschaft für wissenschaftliche Datenverarbeitung mbH Göttingen, 54 pages, 2002.
Papers, Proceedings, Technical Reports 2002

  1. S. Reitzinger, J. Schöberl, An algebraic multigrid method for finite element discretizations with edge elements, Numerical Linear Algebra with Applications, Volume 9, No 3, pp 223-238, 2002.
  2. U. Langer, S. Reitzinger, J. Schicho, Symbolic Methods for the Element Preconditioning Technique, Technical SFB-Report 02-03.
  3. S. Reitzinger, U. Schreiber, U. van Rienen, Algebraic Multigrid for Complex Symmetric Matrices: Numerical Studies, SFB-Report 02-01, University of Linz, 2002.
  4. M. Kaltenbacher, S. Reitzinger, Nonlinear 3D Magnetic Field Computations using Lagrange FE-functions and Algebraic Multigrid, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, Volume 38, No 3, pp 1489-1496, May 2002.
  5. M. Kaltenbacher, S. Reitzinger, Algebraic Multigrid for Magnetostatic Field Problems, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, accepted for publication, COMPUMAG, Volume 38, No 2, 2002.
  6. G. Haase, M. Kuhn and S. Reitzinger,  "Parallel AMG on Distributed Memory Computers", SIAM Journal of Scientific Computing, Volume 24, No 2, pp 410-427, 2002.
  7. B. Kaltenbacher, M. Kaltenbacher, S. Reitzinger, Identification of Nonlinear B-H Curves based on Magnetic Field Computations and Multigrid Methods for Ill-posed Problems, European Journal of Applied Mathematics 2002, in press.
  8. A. Anwander, M. Kuhn, S. Reitzinger, C. Wolters, A Parallel Algebraic Multigrid Solver for the Finite Element Method based Source Localization in the Human Brain, Computing and Visualization in Science, in press.

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