C++, GrAL is a generic library for grid (or mesh) data structures. GrAL is a generic library for grid (or mesh) data structures and algorithms operating on them. It has been inspired by the success of the STL , and is similar in spirit to BGL and (though to a lesser extent) to CGAL . As you might guess, GrAL is written in C++. GrAL was initially developed with applications for numerical PDE (partial differential equations) solution in mind. However, the underlying mathematical structure of abstract cellular complexes is very general and almost ubiquitous. So, possible application areas for GrAL include computational geometry and topology, geometric modeling, computer graphics, or geographic information systems.

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  1. Massing, André; Larson, Mats G.; Logg, Anders: Efficient implementation of finite element methods on nonmatching and overlapping meshes in three dimensions (2013)
  2. Deiterding, Ralf: Block-structured adaptive mesh refinement -- theory, implementation and application (2011)
  3. Heinzl, René; Schwaha, Philipp: A generic topology library (2011)
  4. Logg, Anders; Wells, Garth N.: DOLFIN: automated finite element computing (2010)
  5. Gong, Minwei; Andreopoulos, Yiannis: Coupled fluid-structure solver: the case of shock wave impact on monolithic and composite material plates (2009)
  6. Heinzl, René; Schwaha, Philipp; Stimpfl, Franz; Selberherr, Siegfried: GUIDE: parallel library-centric application design by a generic scientific simulation environment (2009)
  7. Schwaha, Philipp; Heinzl, René; Stimpfl, Franz; Selberherr, Siegfried: Synergies in scientific computing by combining multi-paradigmatic languages for high-performance applications (2009)
  8. Bastian, P.; Blatt, M.; Dedner, A.; Engwer, C.; Klöfkorn, R.; Ohlberger, M.; Sander, O.: A generic grid interface for parallel and adaptive scientific computing. I: Abstract framework (2008)
  9. Giavitto, Jean-Louis; Spicher, Antoine: Topological rewriting and the geometrization of programming (2008)
  10. Heinzl, René; Schwaha, Philipp; Stimpfl, Franz; Selberherr, Siegfried: Concepts for high-perfomance scientific computing (2008)
  11. Terrel, A. R.; Scott, L. R.; Knepley, M. G.; Kirby, R. C.: Automated FEM discretizations for the Stokes equation (2008)
  12. Dorao, C. A.; Jakobsen, H. A.: A parallel time-space least-squares spectral element solver for incompressible flow problems (2007)
  13. Howe, Bill; Maier, David: Algebraic manipulation of scientific datasets (2005) ioport
  14. Donchyts, Gennadiy; Zheleznyak, Mark: Object-oriented framework for modelling of pollutant transport in river network (2003)
  15. Mello, Vinícius; Velho, Luiz; Cavalcanti, Paulo Roma; Silva, Cláudio T.: A generic programming approach to multiresolution spatial decompositions (2003)
  16. Berti, G.: GrAL -- the grid algorithms library (2002)
  17. Manzini, G.; Mazet, S.: An object-oriented interface for the dynamic memory management of sparse discrete mathematical operators in numerical scientific applications (2002)
  18. Berti, Guntram: A calculus for stencils on arbitrary grids with applications to parallel PDE solution (2001)
  19. Köthe, Ullrich: Generic programming techniques that make planar cell complexes easy to use (2001)
  20. Berti, Guntram: Generic software components for scientific computing (2000)