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Short description:

dune-functions is a mmodule thatprovides an abstraction layer for global finite element functions. Its two main concepts are functions implemented as callable objects, and bases of finite element spaces.

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Fossies download link (and used upstream URL):

dune-functions-2.9.0.tar.gz  ( / download/2.9.0/dune-functions-2.9.0.tar.gz)

Package size, modification date (and download date), md5 checksum:

396576 bytes,  2023-02-17 00:24 (2023-02-17 21:15),  9f1e514d7b6e43c5514a3d8f8aa1f5f7

Fossies contents page:

/ linux / misc / dune / dune-functions-2.9.0.tar.gz/

No. of package member files:

199 (174 regular files in 25 directories)

Found file extensions:

Overall:  bib cc cmake hh in md pdf pgf png py sh svg tex txt yml  (+ remaining files)
Top 10:  hh (72)  cc (33)  txt (24)  py (10)  md (5)  pdf (4)  pgf (3)  tex (2)  svg (2)  sh (2)

License file(s):

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  dune-functions-2.9.0/COPYING  You can use, modify and/or redistribute it under the terms of either one of the two following licenses: The GNU Lesser General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either Version 3 of the license or (at your option) any later ...  (---)

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