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ViennaFEM

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A finite element solver using state-of-the-art programming techniques.

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ViennaFEM is a library-centric implementation of the finite element method in C++. It features a symbolic math kernel, which manipulates the strong or weak form of the problem and automatically derives the discrete form.

ViennaFEM is built on top of the following libraries: ViennaMath provides the symbolic math kernel, ViennaGrid (with ViennaData) allows for a generic grid handling and quantity storage, while ViennaCL provides the linear solvers and GPU acceleration.

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Intended Audience

Science/Research, Advanced End Users

Programming Language

C++

Registered

2011-12-11

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