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The Differential Algebra Based Multiple Level Fast Multipole Algorithm for 3D Space Charge Field Calculation and Photoemission Simulation

  • He Zhang (a1), Jenni Portman (a2), Zhensheng Tao (a2), Phillip Duxbury (a2), Chong-Yu Ruan (a2), Kyoko Makino (a2) and Martin Berz (a2)...
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[25] We acknowledge support from the US National Science Foundation under Grant No. NSF-DMR 1126343 and the US Department of Energy under Grant No. DE-FG02-08ER41546. Computational work was performed at Michigan State University's High Performance Computing Facility..
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