Resources to learn about particles on a grid/mesh

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Looking to learn about particles on a grid and their properties and calculation: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Particle_mesh. But I cannot find many resources online.
Hello.

I am looking to learn about averaging out a particle gas or any other type of organization of particles within a system or volume that can be approximated onto a grid or mesh where the particles are at a constant distance from each other: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Particle_mesh.

I am not sure where to find this kind of material as I have looked for a few days now. The closest I have found are these:
- FPGA-Accelerated Particle-Grid Mapping: https://www.bu.edu/caadlab/FCCM16b.pdf
- Some book from 1988: Computer Simulation Using Particles | R W Hockney, J W Eastwood | Tayl but I would like something much more modern than this

Any recommendations or helpful tips would be appreciated! Thanks.
 

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