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The mesh generator is a quadtree/octree algorithm due to S. Mitchell and S. Vavasis.
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Work on QMG 1.0 was supported by the Division of Advanced Scientific Computing of the National Science Foundation through a Presidential Young Investigator grant. Matching funds were received from Xerox, AT&T, Tektronix, IBM, and Sun Microsystems (not all during the same year).
Development of the Windows versions of QMG was supported by grants from Microsoft and Intel.
Support from Argonne National Laboratory for work on QMG 1.1 is gratefully acknowledged. QMG 1.1 was also developed with support from the National Science Foundation at Cornell.
Support for QMG 2.0 was received from the National Science Foundation through the grand-challenge grant “Crack Propagation on Teraflop Computers,” grant number EIA-9726388. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation. Part of the work on QMG 2.0 was done while the author was visiting Bell Laboratories (Lucent Technologies).
Helpful advice and suggestions received from other members of the project including Bruce Carter, Dave Chen, Paul Chew, Nikos Chrisochoides, Gerd Heber, Anthony Ingraffea, Roland Krause, Keshav Pingali, Chris Myers, Dave Schneider, Paul Stodghill and Wash Wawrzynek. Chris Myers and Wash Wawrzynek also wrote part of the data structure definition.
− Steve Vavasis
This documentation is written by Stephen A. Vavasis and is copyright ©1999 by Cornell University. Permission to reproduce this documentation is granted provided this notice remains attached. There is no warranty of any kind on this software or its documentation. See the accompanying file 'copyright' for a full statement of the copyright.
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Stephen A. Vavasis, Computer Science Department, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853, firstname.lastname@example.org