IFISS3D: A computational laboratory for investigating finite element approximation in three dimensions

@article{Papanikos2022IFISS3DAC,
  title={IFISS3D: A computational laboratory for investigating finite element approximation in three dimensions},
  author={Georgios Papanikos and Catherine Elizabeth Powell and David J. Silvester},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2209.13290}
}
. IFISS is an established MATLAB finite element software package for studying strategies for solving partial differential equations (PDEs). IFISS3D is a new add-on toolbox that extends IFISS capabilities for elliptic PDEs from two to three space dimensions. The open-source MATLAB framework provides a computational laboratory for experimentation and exploration of finite element approximation and error estimation, as well as iterative solvers. The package is designed to be useful as a teaching tool… 

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