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en:ivutils [2012/11/24 04:47]
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en:ivutils [2014/05/11 18:58] (current)
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-======ivutils======+======Basic utilities library ivutils======
  
 is free C++ library for numerical applications development. ivutils was used in EMTL (electromagnetic modeling) and [[https://sites.physics.utoronto.ca/sajeevjohn/software/transport|Microvolt]] (semiconductor device modeling) is free C++ library for numerical applications development. ivutils was used in EMTL (electromagnetic modeling) and [[https://sites.physics.utoronto.ca/sajeevjohn/software/transport|Microvolt]] (semiconductor device modeling)
  
-To use ivutils you need to download it and compile with your code: {{:ivutils.zip}} +To use ivutils you need to download it and compile with your code: {{:ivutils.zip}}
  
 ivutils include: ivutils include:
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 | grid | uniform and uniform meshes to store and interpolate data | | grid | uniform and uniform meshes to store and interpolate data |
-linsysn | interface to solve system of linear equations using LAPACK and PARDISO |+linsolv | interface to solve system of linear equations using LAPACK and PARDISO |
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 | refobj\\ pencil | smart pointers to manage dynamic memory | | refobj\\ pencil | smart pointers to manage dynamic memory |
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   Region_3 *GetHalfSpace(const Vector_3 &n, const Vector_3 &pos);   Region_3 *GetHalfSpace(const Vector_3 &n, const Vector_3 &pos);
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-returns half-space, n is normal to the boundary plane, pos is chosen position at this plane. For example:+returns half-space, n is normal to the boundary plane, pos is chosen position at this plane. For example,
  
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 Parameters of this function have the same meaning as for function qsub. Parameters of this function have the same meaning as for function qsub.
 The only difference between qsub_appl and qsub is that qsub_appl creates workdir/worksubdir in your work directory, and looks for files prog and fname in your home directory. The only difference between qsub_appl and qsub is that qsub_appl creates workdir/worksubdir in your work directory, and looks for files prog and fname in your home directory.
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