A coupled model of water, heat and mass transfer using object orientation to improve flexibility and functionality

@article{Jansson2001ACM,
  title={A coupled model of water, heat and mass transfer using object orientation to improve flexibility and functionality},
  author={P. Jansson and David S. Moon},
  journal={Environ. Model. Softw.},
  year={2001},
  volume={16},
  pages={37-46}
}
The challenge of our software development is to introduce user-friendly document-orientation and graphical features that are typical in Windows software and to retain the possibility of easily extending existing legacy Fortran code. Keys to this development were the use of five development tools and our special management of shared memory. Numerical development of the code was thus continued in Fortran while the newly introduced multiple-document interface allows the new graphical features that… Expand
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