Math Archives Homepage


Computational Technology Development Corp.
P. O. Box 65356
Tucson, Arizona 85728-5356

The Finite-Element Matrix Interpretive System provides interactive, tutorial computation for users interested in finite element technology. Matrix algebra is used extensively in symbolic form.

The FEMIS program was developed to provide a test environment for new FEM algorithms. It has been used extensively over a three year period of time. In FEMIS, our basic objective was to learn how to make programs "user- friendly." Rather than overwhelm the console with the enormous output FEM programs typically generate, FEMIS is designed to allow the user to selectively review input and output files and make minor modifications. FEMIS provides a vehicle to test individual ideas and innovations.

This is a Shareware package.

(modified from the documentation)
Download [241 KB].

Look at the readme file from the program.