sci.math.numanalysis
SUNA60, The End
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This is my last poster in the "Series on Unified Numerical Approximations". The
reason is quite clear. Before me is a copy of the "FLOTRAN Theoretical Manual".
Quoting without permission from paragraph 1.3:
> The earliest goal in the development of FLOTRAN was to combine these robust
> features of the SIMPLE and SIMPLER algorithms with the geometric flexibility
> of the finite element method. The algorithms in FLOTRAN reflect this aim [].
Now take a look at "SUNA01, The Manifesto". And everybody should notice that
it also reflects very, I mean VERY accurately and to the point, my own aims.
It is clear that the idea of Unified Numerical Approximations has been picked
up independently by other people. It's also clear that the attempts of these
other people have been far more successful. Their search for Unification has
even resulted in a nononsense commercial CFD product called FLOTRAN. In fact,
all I had in mind with this Series is accomplished herewith. There is nothing
left to me but nitpicking. But what I feel here is relief, no disappointment.
At last, I conclude that my time has come: I have to go.
This means that I will unsubscribe now "sci.math.numanalysis".
The SUNA anonymous ftp site will be closed off too after a while.
The following article has been added, at last, to the Series:
60, The End
SUNA articles are still available, but on a less permanent basis now,
via "anonymous ftp". They can be retrieved as follows:
ftp dutrde1.tudelft.nl (: internetadress = 130.161.180.13)
Name: (: "anonymous")
Password: (: @ )
cd pub/suna
dir (: article , gwbasic , fortran )
get sunall.net
See also "SUNA, Published so far" for the complete list of available articles;
it is contained in the file: "sunall.net". Start with "SUNA01, The Manifesto".
A standard disclaimer has been appended to "sunall.net".
Bye.

* Han de Bruijn; Applications&Graphics  "A little bit of Physics * No
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