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MAdLib is a library that performs global node repositioning and mesh adaptation by local mesh modifications on tetrahedral or triangular meshes. It is designed to frequently adapt the mesh in transient computations. MAdLib is written in C++.
The adaptation procedure is driven by two objectives:
- make the edge lengths as close as possible to a (non-homogenous) prescribed length,
- maintain a satisfying element quality everywhere.
MAdLib can be used in transient computations in order to maintain a satisfying element quality (moving boundaries, multiphase flows with interface tracking, ...) or/and to apply selective refinements and coarsenings (error estimators based, interface capturing: shocks, free surfaces, ...).
MAdLib - README file. See the Copyright.txt, License.txt and Credits.txt files for copyright, license and authors informations. You should have received a copy of these files along with MAdLib. If not, see <http://www.madlib.be/license/>. Please report bugs and problems to <firstname.lastname@example.org>. To compile and install the MAdLib library, you should first run the following command: make -f Mak more»
madlib for Debian ----------------- The header files are in /usr/include/MAdLib. In order to link yor own code with MAdLib use the following link flags -lMAdLib -llapack -lblas -lm -- Christophe Prud'homme <email@example.com>, Tue, 4 Aug 2009 08:36:30 +0200
madlib (1.3.0-2) unstable; urgency=low [Christophe Prud'homme] * Bug fix: "FTBFS with GCC 4.4: missing #include", thanks to Martin Michlmayr (Closes: #553702). * Bug fix: "long description no sentence", thanks to Gerfried Fuchs (Closes: #553245). -- Christophe Prud'homme <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sun, 20 Dec 2009 20:25:07 +0100 madlib (1.3.0-1) unstable; urgency=low [ Christophe more»
This package was debianized by Christophe Prud'homme <email@example.com> on Tue, 04 Aug 2009 07:26 more»