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This paper introduces a highly adaptive and automated approach for generating Finite Element (FE) discretization for a given realistic multi-compartment human head model obtained through magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) dataset. We aim at obtaining accurate tetrahedral FE meshes for electroencephalographic source localization. We present recursive solid angle labeling for the surface segmentation of the model and then adapt it with a set of smoothing, inflation, and optimization routines toarXiv:2203.10000v1 fatcat:5ihsdx5sd5b6rmf44hdfvqcjnu