1. I had already some experience with deal.II by the time we started to
work on efficient solver and high-order implementation. It was the easiest
2. Going open-source properly requires a significant time investments.
Since I'm not in a CS or applied math department, it's quite difficult to
justify this time spending at this stage. But I hope to be able to do it
Am Dienstag, 11. Oktober 2016 10:33:01 UTC+2 schrieb Konstantin Ladutenko:
> Hi Alexander,
> I added a short description of your paper to
> https://github.com/dealii/dealii/wiki/Electromagnetic-problem and
> provided your reference, fill free to improve it and the page in general.
> I had also done a short review of a series of papers on time-domain,
> noticeably there is a great paper by Rieben, Rodrigue, and White in 2005
> about solving it with high-order elements using a symplectic algorithm for
> time-stepping (probably you can find interesting).
> I have two short questions on your paper:
> 1) Why did you choose to use Deal.ii instead of MFEM, mentioned in the
> 2) Did you considered to put your code into deal.ii code gallery? Making
> it open-sourced should increase the impact of your paper and will help the
> deal.ii community.
> Best regards,
> On Monday, October 10, 2016 at 9:02:21 PM UTC+2, Alexander wrote:
>> Hi Konstantin,
>> you may want to look at our work:
>> It's a very efficient approach for frequency domain formulation, in
>> particular for problems with < 100M DoFs. The FEM part in the
>> aforementioned paper is written using deal.II.
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