A linear discretization of the volume conductor boundary integral equation using analytically integrated elements. de Munck, J. *j-BME*, 39(9):986--990, September, 1992. bibtex @Article{RSM:deM92,
author = "J.C. de Munck",
title = "A linear discretization of the volume conductor
boundary integral equation using analytically
integrated elements.",
journal = j-BME,
year = "1992",
month = sep,
volume = "39",
number = "9",
pages = "986--990",
robnote = "A method is presented to compute the potential
distribution on the surface of a homogeneous isolated
conductor of arbitrary shape. The method is based on an
approximation of a boundary integral equation as a set
linear algebraic equations. The potential is described
as a piecewise linear or quadratic function. The matrix
elements of the discretized equation are expressed as
analytical formulas.",
bibdate = "Tue Dec 19 10:25:58 2000",
}

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