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The core-collapse supernova mechanism pushes the frontiers of many aspects of physics and numerical modeling : equations of state for dense matter, neutrino cross sections and mixing, general relativity, and convection. The conditions in the convective layer driving the supernova explosion lead to both optically thin and optically thick regions. Thus, the convection is more complicated than the standard entropydriven convection seen in a pot of boiling water. In this case, the convection isdoi:10.1086/313353 fatcat:pkff2y55knfd3nee6vcscjlylu