By Xing Cai, Glenn Terje Lines (auth.), Juha Fagerholm, Juha Haataja, Jari Järvinen, Mikko Lyly, Peter Råback, Ville Savolainen (eds.)

This publication constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the sixth overseas convention on utilized Parallel Computing, PARA 2002, held in Espoo, Finland, in June 2002.

The 50 revised complete papers provided including 9 keynote lectures have been rigorously reviewed and chosen for inclusion within the lawsuits. The papers are prepared in topical sections on facts mining and information discovery, parallel software improvement, functional adventure in parallel computing, desktop technology, numerical algorithms with hierarchical reminiscence optimization, numerical tools and algorithms, cluster computing, grid and community applied sciences, and physics and functions.

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A) c) b) d) Fig. 2b. Phantom: Comparison of Velocities (CFD-MRA). a) b) Fig. 2c. Phantom: Abs(Vel) in Plane and Streamlines. was then carried out imposing Womersley velocity proﬁles at the exits from the ICA and ECA and traction-free boundary conditions at the entrance of the CCA with the reconstructed pressure waveform. The computed ﬂow rate (using an explicit CFD-CSD coupling) at the entrance of the CCA is also shown in Figure 3b. Although this compliant model does not perfectly reproduce the measured ﬂow at that location, it certainly represents a much better approximation than a rigid model.

The model, as well as the cuts used for MRA ﬂow measurements are shown in Figure 2a. The CFD model was generated from the MRA data. The discrepancy in the radii obtained from image processing and segmentation was less than 2%. Parabolic velocity proﬁles based Parallel Patient-Speciﬁc Computational Haemodynamics 25 on measured ﬂuxes were prescribed at the entrance and exit of the external carotid. Figure 2b shows a comparison of the absolute value of the velocities (CFD) and the normal velocity measured (MRA) for the cuts labeled A-A, B-B in Figure 2a.

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