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The traditional workflow in continuum mechanics simulations is that a geometry description -- obtained using Constructive Solid Geometry or Computer Aided Design tools -- forms the input for a mesh generator. The mesh is then used as the sole input for the finite element, finite volume, and finite difference solver, which at this point no longer has access to the original geometry. However, many more modern techniques -- for example, adaptive mesh refinement and the use of higher order geometryarXiv:1910.09824v1 fatcat:fzo7sedvoba5tf7bdsmfjxzaqq