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About the X set in A fast adaptive multipole algorithm etc 2D

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by  Dante    on 30.11.2015 - 19:49

In A fast adaptive multipole algorithm for particle simulations,1987,by carrier greengard rokhlin about FMM 2D i've not well understood how to compute the local expansion of the X set:should i calculate an outer(multipole) with just the first element different from zero and then from this one the local? And after this do i have to compute the shift of the X local expansion too from the parent(in the article i haven't found this passage)?



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30.11.2015 - 23:28

i must add that with a non uniform distribution of 10 masses in some particles(especially the ones with not empty X) the precision goes from 9 digits for the potential to 6 digits for the force


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