BEM++ is a modern open-source C++/Python boundary element library. Its development is a joint project between University College London (UCL), the University of Reading and the University of Durham. The main coding team is located at UCL and consists of Simon Arridge, Timo Betcke, Richard James, Nicolas Salles, Martin Schweiger and Wojciech Śmigaj.
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- Betcke, T.; Salles, N.; Śmigaj, W.: Overresolving in the Laplace domain for convolution quadrature methods (2017)
- Feischl, Michael; Gantner, Gregor; Haberl, Alexander; Praetorius, Dirk; Führer, Thomas: Adaptive boundary element methods for optimal convergence of point errors (2016)
- Bantle, Markus; Funken, Stefan: Efficient and accurate implementation of $hp$-BEM for the Laplace operator in 2D (2015)
- Ganesh, M.; Hawkins, S.C.: An efficient $\mathcal O(N)$ algorithm for computing $\mathcal O(N^2)$ acoustic wave interactions in large $N$-obstacle three dimensional configurations (2015)
- Lechleiter, Armin; Peters, Stefan: Determining transmission eigenvalues of anisotropic inhomogeneous media from far field data (2015)
- Griesmaier, Roland; Hanke, Martin; Raasch, Thorsten: Inverse source problems for the Helmholtz equation and the windowed Fourier transform. II (2013)
- Monk, Peter; Selgas, Virginia: Transmission eigenvalues for dielectric objects on a perfect conductor (2013)