Full spectrum 3D forward simulations and inverse methods

Designed for full spectrum three-dimensional forward simulations and inversion, particularly Extremely Low Frequency (ELF) & Very Low Frequency (VLF) electromagnetic (EM) waves, PARFAITE’s improved performance provides superresolution images quickly.

PARFAITE is based on new patented algorithm advances to perform this forward simulation and inversion in linear time, making problems that would otherwise be intractable, feasible in low-power, low-footprint form factors. PARFAITE can provide quantitative resolution estimates that are measurably better than current state-of-the-art.

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Core Capabilities

PARFAITE’s unique framework is highly versatile and can treat a broad array of complex three-dimensional structures, including earth, water, and buildings.

PARFAITE’s imaging and localization techniques achieve resolution levels significantly beyond any existing low-frequency techniques.

PARFAITE provides full spectrum forward simulations and inversion needed to image, localize and interpret scattering at low frequencies. Coupled with new approaches for transmitting and receiving low frequency signals, PARFAITE opens up decisive new capabilities in defense and science.

PARFAITE relies on state-of-the-art algorithms and software implementation. Large-scale problems can be solved in minutes on a small workstation without the need for expensive resources.

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Recent Publications

Simulations of Future Particle Accelerators: Issues and Mitigations

The ever increasing demands placed upon machine performance have resulted in the need for more comprehensive particle accelerator modeling. Computer simulations are key to the success of particle accelerators. Many aspects of particle accelerators rely on computer modeling at some point, sometimes requiring complex simulation tools and massively parallel supercomputing.

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MACH-B: Fast Multipole Method Approaches in Particle Accelerator Simulations for the Computational and Intensity Frontiers

The MACH-B (Multipole Accelerator Codes for Hadron Beams) project is developing a Fast Multipole Method [1–7] (FMM)-based tool for higher fidelity modeling of particle accelerators for high-energy physics within the next generation of Fermilab’s Synergia simulation package [8]. MACH-B incorporates (1) highly-scalable, high-performance and generally-applicable FMM-based algorithms [5–7, 9] to

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