Sofa-an open source framework for medical simulation. SOFA is an open-source, modular mechanical simulation library developed in C++. It includes geometries such as polygonal and volumetric meshes, internal forces such as FEM or springs, ODE solvers such as Explicit or implicit Euler, collision detection methods, OpenGL viewing, and many other features. GPU implementations are available for some force fields, such as springs and tetrahedral FEM. The automatic deployment on multi-core architectures is possible. Its design allows contributors to focus on their domain of competence while reusing other work.
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- González, David; Cueto, Elías; Chinesta, Francisco: Real-time direct integration of reduced solid dynamics equations (2014)
- Huthwaite, Peter: Accelerated finite element elastodynamic simulations using the GPU (2014)
- Niroomandi, Siamak; Alfaro, Icíar; González, David; Cueto, Elías; Chinesta, Francisco: Model order reduction in hyperelasticity: a proper generalized decomposition approach (2013)
- Mistry, Perhaad; Schaa, Dana; Jang, Byunghyun; Kaeli, David; Dvornik, Albert; Meglan, Dwight: Data structures and transformations for physically based simulation on a GPU (2011)
- Comas, Olivier; Taylor, Zeike A.; Allard, Jérémie; Ourselin, Sébastien; Cotin, Stéphane; Passenger, Josh: Efficient nonlinear FEM for soft tissue modelling and its GPU implementation within the open source framework SOFA (2008) ioport
- John, Nigel W.: Design and implementation of medical training simulators (2008) ioport
Further publications can be found at: http://www.sofa-framework.org/publications