This is Matlab code, with a C
subroutines (mex file), that implements grain boundary motion of
networks with
arbitrary surface tensions and fixed
mobilities, in three space dimensions. Note carefully
that the mobility of each interface = 1 / its surface tension,
i.e.$$ $\textcolor[rgb]{}{{\mu}_{i,j}=\frac{1}{{\sigma}_{i,j}}}$
The algorithm is based on the following paper: Esedoglu, S.; Otto, F.
Threshold
dynamics for networks with arbitrary surface tensions. Communications
on Pure and Applied Mathematics. 68:5 (2015),
pp. 808-864.The research that led to this software was supported by the National Science Foundation grant DMS-074333. |

Version 1 | December 4, 2015. |

Instructions: After downloading the linked
zipped directory, unzip it. For each C source file contained in
the directory, issue the command
`mex ls2vf3D.c` from within Matlab. This will
compile the auxiliary C routine
`ls2vf3D.c` so that it
can be called by matlab .m files. The main subroutine is called `td3d.m` .
It contains extensive explanations and examples, which can be
displayed by issuing the command`help td3d` in Matlab. Here is an example of how to call the program in Matlab: ` sampleinitialdata;` ` clf; showlevelsets(lev);` |