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Efficient adaptivity for simulating cardiac electrophysiology with spectral deferred correction methods

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  • The locality of solution features in cardiac electrophysiology simulations calls for adaptive methods. Due to the overhead incurred by established mesh refinement and coarsening, however, such approaches failed in accelerating the computations. Here we investigate a different route to spatial adaptivity that is based on nested subset selection for algebraic degrees of freedom in spectral deferred correction methods. This combination of algebraic adaptivity and iterative solvers for higher order collocation time stepping realizes a multirate integration with minimal overhead. This leads to moderate but significant speedups in both monodomain and cell-by-cell models of cardiac excitation, as demonstrated at four numerical examples.
Author:Fatemeh Chegini, Thomas SteinkeORCiD, Martin WeiserORCiD
Document Type:In Proceedings
Year of first publication:2022
ArXiv Id:http://arxiv.org/abs/2311.07206
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