[GiNaC-list] Rot, div,grad operator will be implemented in feelfem FEM code generator

Javier Ros Ganuza jros at unavarra.es
Mon Apr 10 16:44:42 CEST 2006

Hello Hidehiro,

I followed the link to feelfem, in ginac's web pages.

I get a web page, but is plenty of extrangeus characters, so I cannot
read about it.

I'm interested in your work. Wich kind of licence uses.

I found in google some publications about the work but I cannot download
them, can you point me to some of your articles.

Javier Ros

On Sun, 2006-04-09 at 10:05 +0900, Fujio Hidehiro wrote:
> Dear GiNaC developers,
> This is Hidehiro Fujio of NEC Corp. Japan.
> At first, I would like to say thank you very much for your significant 
> contribution to the formula manipulation area by GiNaC library in the
> world, and I also have to say that thank you very much for your
> link to my small document in the Related Software page.  (My system
> is feelfem, an FEM code generator.)
> Yesterday, I met my supervisor, and got his advice.  I wll expand my
> feelfem system to deal with 3D Maxwell equation, and introduce
> the differential operator 'rot' and 'div' and 'grad' (rotation, divergence,
> gradient, respectively), and my professors suggestion is it may be
> possible to expand these differential operators into just a set of
> basic differential operators (like dx,dy,dz) inside GiNaC.  
> I would like to investigate your documentation agaian, and I would 
> like to make a reort, how to make an FEM code generator by GiNaC.
> Again, thank you very much for GiNaC.
> And I'm afraid it is not an appropriate mail............
> Best regards,
> Hidehiro Fujio
> # mail to both ( h-fujio at ab.jp.nec.com , oimo at world.email.ne.jp ,if needed)
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