Femlisp is a solver for partial differential equations using the Finite Element Method

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Nikodemus Siivola (modifications by Nicolas Neuss), Nicolas Neuss


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# -*- mode: text; -*- Femlisp - a Common Lisp FEM framework Femlisp is a FEM (finite element method) framework for the solution of partial differential equations. It is written entirely in Common Lisp which allows for interactive use and a very high flexibility. Femlisp is licensed under a liberal BSD style license, see the file 'LICENSE' in the Femlisp main directory. Installation instructions can be found in the section `Installation' of the Femlisp reference manual. This reference manual can be generated by issuing the shell command "make" in the directory femlisp/doc. Femlisp's homepage is <http://www.femlisp.org>. Enjoy using Femlisp! Nicolas Neuss Address: Nicolas Neuss Department of Mathematics Applied Mathematics 3 Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg Cauerstr. 11 91058 Erlangen (Germany) Email: neuss at femlisp.org

Dependencies (13)

  • alexandria
  • bordeaux-threads
  • cffi
  • cl-gd
  • cl-mpi
  • closer-mop
  • cl-ppcre
  • fiveam
  • flexi-streams
  • lfarm
  • lparallel
  • trees
  • uiop

Dependents (1)

  • GitHub
  • Quicklisp