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FEMOCTAVE: Octave finite element package

  • Andreas Stahel


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    This is a very simple FEM package for Octave. It solves second order differential equations in two variables, using first order elements.

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    Software component provided by in its series Octave codes with number C090801.

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    Programming language: Octave
    Requires: Octave
    Date of creation: 06 Sep 2000
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    Handle: RePEc:cod:octave:c090801
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