Recent Advances in Binary Star Formation Using SPH
Matthew R. Bate
Proceedings of `Two Decades of Numerical Astrophysics', conference held in Port Douglas, Australia, 5-9 July 1999
We review recent advances in the study of binary star formation that
have been made using the smoothed particle hydrodynamics technique.
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