ffc 1.0-beta2-1 source package in Ubuntu


ffc (1.0-beta2-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream release. This release includes some performance
    improvements for evaluating basis functions. It also adds support
    for Bessel functions and error functions.
  * debian/control: Bump version numbers for python-ufc, python-fiat,
    python-instant, and python-ufl.
 -- Ubuntu Archive Auto-Sync <email address hidden>   Mon,  07 Nov 2011 10:02:28 +0000

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python-ffc: compiler for finite element variational forms

 The FEniCS Form Compiler FFC provides state-of-the-art automatic and efficient
 evaluation of general multilinear forms (variational formulations) for FEniCS.
 FFC functions as the form evaluation system for DOLFIN but can also be used to
 compile forms for other systems.
 FFC works as a compiler for multilinear forms by generating code (C or C++)
 for the evaluation of a multilinear form given in mathematical notation. This
 new approach to form evaluation makes it possible to combine generality with
 efficiency; the form can be given in mathematical notation and the generated
 code is as efficient as hand-optimized code.