Boundary element and hybrid boundary element—finite element approaches are applied to the computation of induced electric field and specific absorption rate in voxel-based human models undergoing magnetic resonance imaging. Due to the very large size of the algebraic system, the procedure uses an iterative GMRES solver recalculating the element matrix at each iteration. A suitable processing of the Green integrals and a massively parallelized algorithm, based on the use of graphical processing units, leads to a strong reduction of the computational time.

Massively parallelized Boundary Element simulation of voxel-based human models exposed to MRI fields / Bottauscio O; Chiampi M; Zilberti L. - In: IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MAGNETICS. - ISSN 0018-9464. - 50:2(2014), p. 7025504.7025504. [10.1109/TMAG.2013.2280523]

Massively parallelized Boundary Element simulation of voxel-based human models exposed to MRI fields

BOTTAUSCIO, ORIANO;ZILBERTI, LUCA
2014

Abstract

Boundary element and hybrid boundary element—finite element approaches are applied to the computation of induced electric field and specific absorption rate in voxel-based human models undergoing magnetic resonance imaging. Due to the very large size of the algebraic system, the procedure uses an iterative GMRES solver recalculating the element matrix at each iteration. A suitable processing of the Green integrals and a massively parallelized algorithm, based on the use of graphical processing units, leads to a strong reduction of the computational time.
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