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In textured materials, initial size advantage competes with boundary energy and mobility anisotropy as a driving force for grain coarsening. High local boundary anisotropy and large pre-existing size advantage encourage abnormal grain growth. In the present work, the importance of these driving forces relative to one another is explored for various initial grain size advantages and texture intensities using a Potts Monte Carlo approach with anisotropic grain boundary energy varying according todoi:10.1088/1742-6596/1270/1/012046 fatcat:xoapxzkw2berpmskv7qpfdiwuq