@Bibtex-file{Theory/mesh.bib,
title = "Mesh generation bibliography",
author-1 = "Paul Heckbert",
email-1 = "ph@cs.cmu.edu",
author-2 = "Frank Bossen",
abstract = "This is a bibliography on mesh generation and related
topics. It is not an exhaustive bibliography, by any
means, but an attempt to collect references to the best
work on unstructured mesh generation, in 2-D and 3-D,
particularly papers on: \begin{itemize} \item good
control over the shape, size, and orientation of
elements (typically triangles or tetrahedra), \item
anisotropic mesh generation, \item automatic mesh
generation for complex boundary geometry, \item
approximation theory (error of a given mesh
approximating a known function), \item adaptive
meshing: refinement \& coarsening, \item mesh
improvement: smoothing, \item high quality mesh
generation, \item definition of {"}mesh quality{"}
\end{itemize} We do not cover the following much:
structured mesh (grid) generation, quadrilateral or
hexahedral meshes, element types, solvers. \par Many of
the papers describe mesh generators tailored to one of
the following applications: \begin{itemize} \item
finite element methods (FEM), \item computational fluid
dynamics (CFD), \item viscous flow, \item aerodynamics,
\item multigrid, \item triangulation, \item
computational geometry, \item computer graphics, \item
computer aided geometric design, \item and surface
meshing. \end{itemize}",
readme = "We have included URL's to papers or software, where
known. Please send corrections to Paul Heckbert. \par
For more web info on mesh generation, see
\htmladdnormallink{http://www.cs.cmu.edu/\~ph/mesh.html}
{http://www.cs.cmu.edu/\%7eph/mesh.html}",
}