esys-Escript User’s Guide: Solving Partial Differential Equations with Escript and Finley Release - 3.3.1 (r4302)

Gross, Lutz, Cihan Altinay, Amirbekyan, Artak, Joel Fenwick, Vince Boros, Azadeh Salehi Gharibi, Steube, Ken, Leon Graham and Muhlhaus, Hans B. (2013). esys-Escript User’s Guide: Solving Partial Differential Equations with Escript and Finley Release - 3.3.1 (r4302).

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Title esys-Escript User’s Guide: Solving Partial Differential Equations with Escript and Finley Release - 3.3.1 (r4302)
Abstract/Summary esys.escript is a python-based environment for implementing mathematical models, in particular those based on coupled, non-linear, time-dependent partial differential equations. It consists of five major components • esys.escript core library • finite element solver esys.finley (which uses fast vendor-supplied solvers or our paso linear solver library) • the meshing interface esys.pycad • a model library. • an inversion library. The current version supports parallelization through both MPI for distributed memory and OpenMP for distributed shared memory. In this release there are a number of small changes which are not backwards compatible. Please see Appendix B to see if your scripts will be affected. If you use this software in your research, then we would appreciate (but do not require) a citation. Some relevant references can be found in Appendix D. For Python3 support, see Appendix E.
Keyword Partial Differential Equations (PDEs)
Date 2013-03-15
Author Gross, Lutz
Cihan Altinay
Amirbekyan, Artak
Joel Fenwick
Vince Boros
Azadeh Salehi Gharibi
Steube, Ken
Leon Graham
Muhlhaus, Hans B.
Open Access Status Other

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