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Streamline integration of fields produced by computational fluid mechanics simulations is a commonly used tool for the investigation and analysis of fluid flow phenomena. Integration is often accomplished through the application of ordinary differential equation (ODE) integrators-integrators whose error characteristics are predicated on the smoothness of the field through which the streamline is being integrated, which is not available at the interelement level of finite volume and finitedoi:10.1109/tvcg.2008.9 pmid:18369273 fatcat:dz4b5o4p6nhijcz7soggmqleue