SyFi

The finite element package SyFi is a C++ library built on top of the symbolic math library GiNaC. The name SyFi stands for Symbolic Finite Elements. The package provides polygonal domains, polynomial spaces, and degrees of freedom as symbolic expressions that are easily manipulated. This makes it easy to define finite elements. (Source: http://freecode.com/)


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  1. Bal, Guillaume; Hoffmann, Kristoffer; Knudsen, Kim: Propagation of singularities for linearised hybrid data impedance tomography (2018)
  2. Houston, Paul; Sime, Nathan: Automatic symbolic computation for discontinuous Galerkin finite element methods (2018)
  3. Morgan, Hannah; Scott, L. Ridgway: Towards a unified finite element method for the Stokes equations (2018)
  4. Ahlkrona, Josefin; Shcherbakov, Victor: A meshfree approach to non-Newtonian free surface ice flow: application to the Haut Glacier d’Arolla (2017)
  5. Alger, Nick; Villa, Umberto; Bui-Thanh, Tan; Ghattas, Omar: A data scalable augmented Lagrangian KKT preconditioner for large-scale inverse problems (2017)
  6. Anker, Felix; Bayer, Christian; Eigel, Martin; Ladkau, Marcel; Neumann, Johannes; Schoenmakers, John: SDE based regression for linear random PDEs (2017)
  7. Arnold, Douglas N.; Li, Lizao: Finite element exterior calculus with lower-order terms (2017)
  8. Avvakumov, A. V.; Strizhov, V. F.; Vabishchevich, P. N.; Vasilev, A. O.: Algorithms for numerical simulation of non-stationary neutron diffusion problems (2017)
  9. Beskos, Alexandros; Girolami, Mark; Lan, Shiwei; Farrell, Patrick E.; Stuart, Andrew M.: Geometric MCMC for infinite-dimensional inverse problems (2017)
  10. Braun, Moritz; Obodo, Kingsley O.: Multi-domain muffin tin finite element density functional calculations for small molecules (2017)
  11. Březina, Jan; Exner, Pavel: Fast algorithms for intersection of non-matching grids using Plücker coordinates (2017)
  12. Chapman, S. J.; Farrell, Patrick E.: Analysis of Carrier’s problem (2017)
  13. Feischl, Michael; Tran, Thanh: The eddy current-LLG equations: FEM-BEM coupling and a priori error estimates (2017)
  14. Lee, Jeonghun J.: Analysis of mixed finite element methods for the standard linear solid model in viscoelasticity (2017)
  15. Leibs, Christopher A.; Manteuffel, Thomas A.; Münzenmaier, Steffen: A comparison of finite element spaces for $H$(div) conforming first-order system least squares (2017)
  16. Maddison, J. R.; Hiester, H. R.: Optimal constrained interpolation in mesh-adaptive finite element modeling (2017)
  17. Pinnau, René; Totzeck, Claudia; Tse, Oliver: The quasi-neutral limit in optimal semiconductor design (2017)
  18. Řehoř, Martin; Blechta, Jan; Souček, Ondřej: On some practical issues concerning the implementation of Cahn-Hilliard-Navier-Stokes type models (2017)
  19. Rudi, Johann; Stadler, Georg; Ghattas, Omar: Weighted BFBT preconditioner for Stokes flow problems with highly heterogeneous viscosity (2017)
  20. Stepanov, Sergei P.; Sirditov, Ivan K.; Vabishchevich, Petr N.; Vasilyeva, Maria V.; Vasilyev, Vasiliy I.; Tceeva, Anastasiya N.: Numerical simulation of heat transfer of the pile foundations with permafrost (2017)

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