NodePy is an open-source, free project. If you find NodePy useful, please let me know via a short e-mail (email@example.com).
NodePy is primarily developed by David Ketcheson. The following people have also contributed code to NodePy (listed in alphabetical order):
- Robert Bradshaw: initial implementation of exact representation and analysis of methods
- Matteo Parsani: spectral difference matrices
- Umair bin Waheed: Implementation of GBS extrapolation methods and their embedded pairs
If you use NodePy in work that is published, please cite
David I. Ketcheson, NodePy Software <version number>
Contributions to the package are most welcome. If you have used NodePy for research, chances are that others would find your code useful. Feel free to either e-mail a patch or fork and issue a pull request on Github.
NodePy is distributed under the terms of the modified Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD) license. The license is in the file nodepy/LICENSE.txt and reprinted below.
See http://www.opensource.org/licenses/bsd-license.php for more details.
Copyright (c) 2008-2010 David I. Ketcheson. All rights reserved.
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NodePy development has been supported by:
- A U.S. Dept. of Energy Computational Science Graduate Fellowship
- Grants from King Abdullah University of Science & Technology