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The Conception, Gestation, Birth, and Infancy of FCT
How Flux-Corrected Transport came to be, as recalled by one of the innovators: recollections of how FCT was developed and of the individuals responsible.
KeywordsDiscrete Fourier Transform Mesh Point Courant Number Mesh Space Phase Accuracy
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