The FEniCS Project Version 1.5

Martin Alnæs, Jan Blechta, Johan Hake, August Johansson, Benjamin Kehlet, Anders Logg, Chris Richardson, Johannes Ring, Marie E Rognes, Garth N Wells

Abstract


The FEniCS Project is a collaborative project for the development of
innovative concepts and tools for automated scientific computing,
with a particular focus on the solution of differential equations by
finite element methods. The FEniCS Projects software consists of a
collection of interoperable software components, including DOLFIN,
FFC, FIAT, Instant, UFC, UFL, and mshr. This note describes the new
features and changes introduced in the release of FEniCS
version 1.5.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.11588/ans.2015.100.20553

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