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In modern scientific software development involving partial differential equations, the objective is often to develop codes that model very complex systems. Many different algorithms may be combined to describe these systems, and the corresponding computer code becomes quite complex. Object-oriented design is based on the idea that the more closely a code models the application it represents, the easier it will be to develop, maintain, and reuse. In addition, this approach allows the development of particularly flexible mathematical software libraries, with simple, intuitive user interfaces.
The speakers in this minisymposium will explore the use of object-oriented code design and object-oriented languages like C++ in the development of large complex applications.
Organizers: David L. Brown and William D. Henshaw
Los Alamos National Laboratory
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