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port of my JavaScript hydrodynamics solver to C++, 
combined with my Tensor library so I can write every dimension case at once without using runtime-specified loop sizes, for the hopes of unrolling and template inlining for faster results 

depends on:
- GLApp
- Tensor
- Profiler
- Parallel

to do:
- external forces of any kind crash - due to singular matrix - most likely due to negative sqrts, most likely due to total energy inconsistency / negative potential energies computed from the external force
- analytic flux jacobian and eignevector inverses
- cut down on all those lookups? pointer offsetting, as ugly as it is
- add arbitrary boundaries
- mouse interaction?
- configuration scripts, especially as I add different EOS's with new variables 

Sources:
	the "Hydrodynamics II" book found online here: http://www.mpia-hd.mpg.de/homes/dullemon/lectures/hydrodynamicsII/ 
	http://www.cfdbooks.com/cfdcodes.html 
	"Riemann Solvers and Numerical Methods for Fluid Dynamics," Toro
	http://people.nas.nasa.gov/~pulliam/Classes/New_notes/euler_notes.pdf

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