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The MODULEF library contains about 3000 procedures written in Fortran 77. These procedures were designed with the utmost concern for software portability.

The approach used in building this library of procedures is a combination
of abstract approach and modular programming. By implementing a top-down
design, mathematical formulations are split into successive operators.
Many of these operators are already present in the MODULEF library and
new mathematical operators are incorporated into the library as computational
modules. In this manner the solutions of new problems can easily be incorporated.

- Current capabilities
- Utilisation levels
- Top level: Activating a black box
- Level: Activating a processor
- Level: Calling a module
- Bottom level: Calling an algorithm and a utility
- Conclusion
- Computer support
- MODULEF publications
- General publications
- Mesh generation
- Interpolation, Calculate the element matrices
- Solution of linear systems and calculation of eigenvalues
- Time-dependent problems
- Plotting results
- Dirichlet problems for a biharmonic operator
- Non-linear elastic problems
- Fluid flow problems
- Magnetism
- Software environment