What’s New in GetFEM++ 5.1

This release consists mainly in continuing to improve the high-level generic assembly language and continuing the brick adaptation and development. Some small incompatibilities are due to the replacement of simple pointers by smart ones.

Released version, 2016/08/18.

The main changes are:

  • Extensive use of std::shared_ptr and std::unique_ptr in GetFEM++ : almost all new and delete occurrences have been suppressed. Some small incompatibilities in the C++ code : most of simple pointers have been replaced by smart ones.
  • Simplification of the python/matlab/scilab interface concerning the object management.
  • Evolution of the small strain plasticity bricks.
  • Large strain plasticity bricks (Simo-Miehe model).
  • Redesign of the dof enumeration algorithm: a local sort instead of a global one (but it still remains to be parallelized !)
  • Addition of a local projection generic function on discontinuous fems.
  • Addition of a specific transformation allowing inter-element computation in the high-level generic assembly language (in order to compute inter-element jump of any quantity, average value, error estimator, ...)
  • Addition of a specific tool (Xfem_plus, Xfem_minus) in the high-level generic assembly language in order to have access to the jump across an interface when using fictitious domain tools.
  • Extension and partial re-writing of the support for global functions as fem basis functions. Now, storing precomputation of values, gradients and hessians is possible also for global basis functions.

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