Volume potential computation powered by FMM.
Volumential (VOLUME poteNTIAL) provides toolset to solve volume potential integral equations efficiently via Fast Multipole Method.
[Browse the documentation online.](http://xiaoyu-wei.com/docs/volumential/)
Volumential is developed and released under the terms of the MIT license, though it also makes use of third-party packages under their own licensing terms. See the [LICENSE](./LICENSE.md) file for details.
We would like to thank people and organizations that contributed to or supported the Volumential project, without whom the project would not have been possible.
The research that started the Volumential project was supported by the [National Science Foundation][nsf] under grant DMS-1654756, and by the [Department of Computer Science][uiuc-cs] at the [University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign][uiuc]. Part of the work was performed while the authors were participating in the [HKUST][hkust]-[ICERM][icerm] workshop “Integral Equation Methods, Fast Algorithms and Their Applications to Fluid Dynamics and Materials Science” held in 2017.
Thanks very much to the [Department of Mathematics][hkust-math] at [Hong Kong University of Science and Technology][hkust] for funding Xiaoyu Wei to work on the project as a PhD student under the Postgraduate Studentship and the Overseas Research Award.
The project’s name volumential [courtesy of Andreas Klöckner][volumential-name].
[nsf]: https://www.nsf.gov/ [hkust-math]: https://www.math.ust.hk/ [hkust]: https://www.ust.hk/home [icerm]: https://icerm.brown.edu/ [uiuc-cs]: https://cs.illinois.edu/ [uiuc]: https://illinois.edu/ [volumential-name]: https://gitlab.tiker.net/xywei/volumential/issues/2
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