MAdLib: an open source Mesh Adaptation Library. MAdLib is a library that performs global node repositioning and mesh adaptation by local mesh modifications on tetrahedral or triangular meshes. It is designed to frequently adapt the mesh in transient computations, or to generate specific meshes from any initial mesh. MAdLib is written in C++.
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- Compère, Gaëtan; Remacle, Jean-François; Jansson, Johan; Hoffman, Johan: A mesh adaptation framework for dealing with large deforming meshes (2010)
- Marchandise, E.; Compère, G.; Willemet, M.; Bricteux, G.; Geuzaine, C.; Remacle, J.-F.: Quality meshing based on STL triangulations for biomedical simulations (2010)