ARANEA, a program for generating unstructured triangular meshes with a JAVA Graphics User Interface. ARANEA is a program that automatically generates unstructured triangular meshes on two-dimensional planar domains. The program implements a graphics user interface that enables the user to read, edit and save a number of components required in the construction of a mesh. The program is written in JAVA, version 1.1. It is useful for constructing meshes of the type required to solve partial differential equations with finite elements over complex two-dimensional domains (Source: http://cpc.cs.qub.ac.uk/summaries/)
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- Marchand, Richard; Charbonneau-Lefort, Mathieu; Dumberry, Mathieu; Pronovost, Benoit: ARANEA, a program for generating unstructured triangular meshes with a JAVA graphics user interface (2001)