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SyFi is similar to FFC in the sense that it has a compiler that generates UFC code based on variational forms and finite elements. It is also similar to FIAT in the sense that it implements many different finite elements.
This package contains the Python interface for SyFi.
SyFi - Symbolic Finite Elements =============================== SyFi is a package for defining finite element methods. In contrast to most other finite element packages, the finite elements, the weak forms etc are defined symbolically instead of numerically. SyFi relies on the symbolic math library GiNaC (www.ginac.de). SFC - The SyFi Form Compiler ============================ The SyFi Form Com more»
syfi (1.0.0.dfsg-1) unstable; urgency=low * New upstream release. * debian/control: - Replace swig with swig2.0 in Build-Depends and in Depends field for binary package libsyfi1.0-dev. - Require python-ufc >= 2.0.5 and python-ufl >= 1.0.0 for binary package sfc. - Require ufc >= 2.0.5 for binary package libsyfi1.0-dev. * Remove patches (applied upstream). * debian/ more»
0.1 The initial release of SyFi. Only Lagrangian elements and element matrices for the Poisson problem has been implemented (in a nice way) so far. 0.2 Added Bernstein polynomials, the Crouzeix-Raviart element, the Raviart-Thomas element, Python support and the computation of the Jacobian of a nonlinear convection diffusion problem based on symbolic differentiation. 0.3 Added Legendre polynomial more»
The main authors of SyFi are: Kent-Andre Mardal <firstname.lastname@example.org> Simula Research Laborato more»
Format: http://svn.debian.org/wsvn/dep/web/deps/dep5.mdwn?rev=174 Upstream-Name: SyFi Upstream-Conta more»