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|Description:||Finite Element Research Code (2.5.1-1)|
MELINA is is a library of procedures for solving boundary value problems by the finite element method in 2 and 3 dimensions. It was developed by D. Martin (Univ. Rennes 1, currently retired) and O. deBayser (ENSTA, until 1995) for problems studied at the group SMP (simulation and modelisation of propagation phenomena) of the ENSTA. MELINA is essentially a research code providing a set of tools that are easy to use for a fast creation of numerical solutions of new problems or the testing of new numerical algorithms. MELINA has been used in many PhD theses and research papers on topics like propagation of acoustic, seismic or electromagnetic waves, ship hydrodynamics, medical imaging, coupling of finite elements with integral representations.
There is a very detailed on-line documentation (in French) at the Melina Homepage, including a tutorial and detailed cross-referenced documentation of the complete source code.
|Maintainer:||Martin Costabel <costabelATwanadooDOTfr>|
CVS log, Last Changed: Wed, 09 May 2012 02:21:48 (UTC)
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