[petsc-dev] petsc-dev Digest, Vol 22, Issue 12

Travis Austin austin at txcorp.com
Wed Oct 6 12:44:00 CDT 2010

Hi Jed,

> Does it "stand alone" in any sense, or does it rely on large external
> dependencies like your p-FEM library?  From the above, It sounds like
> the tests can stand alone, in which case they would certainly be
> welcome.

Yes, these are single files, similar to ex4.c, and they compile just like the other PETSc
examples.  Should I mail you directly the files?

> BTW, I've done some work on this with unstructured grids.
> http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10915-010-9396-8

Very interesting.  Sounds like you were aiming to do something similar to what we are
doing - reduce memory but still maintain a degree of robustness.  Any chance you can 
send me a copy of that paper.

We have a paper coming out soon and will be continuing work and hoping to produce a few 
more papers.  If it is easy we could easily compare to your work.  We are currently only 
concerned with the linear aspect of the problem.


> I'd be interested to compare experiences.
> Jed

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