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== Literatur ==
 
== Literatur ==
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Rob Phillips Crystals, Defects and Microstructures Modeling Across Scales<br />
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''Cambridge 2001, Chapter 12''
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MRS Bulletin (Special Issue)<br />
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''32/11 Nov (2007), 920''
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Computing in Science and Engineering <br />
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''10/4 Jul/Aug (2008) 10''<br />
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''3/4 Jul/Aug (2001) 56''
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Modelling and Simulation in Materials Science and Engineering<br />
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''17/5 (2009 053001 (Topical Review)''
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Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 193 (2004) 1579
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Int J Mod Phys C 11 (2000) 1135
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MRS Bulletin 25 (2000) 27
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Phys Rev B 60 (1999) 2391
  
 
== Gliederungsvorschlag ==
 
== Gliederungsvorschlag ==
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;1. Presentation of the Problem
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;2. Coupling Concepts
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:Energy-based
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:Force-based
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;3. Thermodynamic and Information Theoretical Limitations
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;4. Performance, Load Balancing

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Literatur

Rob Phillips Crystals, Defects and Microstructures Modeling Across Scales
Cambridge 2001, Chapter 12

MRS Bulletin (Special Issue)
32/11 Nov (2007), 920

Computing in Science and Engineering
10/4 Jul/Aug (2008) 10
3/4 Jul/Aug (2001) 56

Modelling and Simulation in Materials Science and Engineering
17/5 (2009 053001 (Topical Review)

Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 193 (2004) 1579

Int J Mod Phys C 11 (2000) 1135

MRS Bulletin 25 (2000) 27

Phys Rev B 60 (1999) 2391

Gliederungsvorschlag

1. Presentation of the Problem
2. Coupling Concepts
Energy-based
Force-based
3. Thermodynamic and Information Theoretical Limitations
4. Performance, Load Balancing