The gypsilab project is a young open-source MATLAB toolbox for fast numerical computation with finite element and boundary element methods. Accessible with a high-level programming language, it gives a useful framework for fast prototyping.
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/========================================================================\
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|    #    |               THE GYPSILAB TOOLBOX FOR MATLAB                |
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|   _#_   |                         VERSION - 0.50                       |
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|  / 0 \  |               matthieu.aussal@polytechnique.edu              |
| ( === ) |           www.cmap.polytechnique.fr/~aussal/gypsilab         |
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   The gypsilab project is an open-source MATLAB toolbox for fast numerical 
computation with finite element and boundary element methods. Accessible 
with a high-level programming language, it gives a useful framework for 
fast prototyping. Initially designed for numerical acoustics, many physics 
problems can also be addressed. 

   Gypsilab is divided in few libraries :
 
 - OpenMSH : Library for mesh management
Copyright Matthieu Aussal (c) 2018 - Ecole Polytechnique

 - OpenDOM : Library for numerical integration and variational formulation
Copyright Matthieu Aussal & Francois Alouges (c) 2018 - Ecole Polytechnique

 - OpenFEM : Library for Finite Element Method.
Copyright Matthieu Aussal & Francois Alouges (c) 2018 - Ecole Polytechnique
 
 - OpenHmX : Library for H-Matrix computation and algebra.
Copyright Matthieu Aussal (c) 2018 - Ecole Polytechnique

 - OpenRay : Library for tri-dimensional ray-tracing.
Copyright Matthieu Aussal (c) 2018 - Ecole Polytechnique

 - OpenEbd : Library for bi-dimensional convolution with green kernel.
Copyright Martin Averseng (c) 2018 - Ecole Polytechnique
https://github.com/MartinAverseng/EBD

 - OpenMmg : Library for simplicial remeshing using the level-set methods.
Copyright Bx INP/Inria/UBordeaux/UPMC (c) 2004
https://www.mmgtools.org/  -  https://github.com/MmgTools/Mmg/
 
Scripts for non regression test are provided to evaluate performances 
and verify computation.
          
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| LICENCE   : This program is free software, distributed in the hope that|
| it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY. Natively, you can use,    | 
| redistribute and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public|
| License, as published by the Free Software Foundation (version 3 or    |
| later,  http://www.gnu.org/licenses). For private use, dual licencing  |
| is available, please contact us to activate a "pay for remove" option. |
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| Please acknowledge the gypsilab toolbox in programs or publications in |
| which you use it.                                                      |
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