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is an interactive framework for solving partial differential
equations with the help of the finite element method (FEM), written
completely in Common Lisp. It can handle Lagrange finite elements of
arbitrary order on unstructured meshes of arbitrary dimension.
- Nicolas Neuss, University of Heidelberg.
- Femlisp is known to work on Linux with the free Common Lisp implementations
CMUCL and SBCL, on Solaris with CMUCL, and on Mac OS X with SBCL. It should
be easy to port to Windows with commercial implementations of Common Lisp
(Allegro CL, Lispworks, Corman Lisp).
- The source code is available under a modified BSD license, the
documentation is available under the GNU Free Documentation License.
- The Femlisp homepage is
Roger Young and Ian MacPhedran