Dynaflow RESEARCH GROUP
The Jive introduction course explains the essential concepts of developing Jive applications. In particular, it explains how Jive, and its underlying library Jem, is organised; it explains the logical and mathematical concepts on which Jive is based; and it shows how to use classes from Jive to build your own applications. The course mixes theory with practical, hands-on exercises. These exercises enable you to apply newly learned knowledge in smaller and larger contexts, and thus provide an opportunity to really understand the classes provided by Jive. The course ends with a step-by-step description of a complete non-linear application involving a structural damage model. This application could serve as a basis for developing your own Jive application. After completing the course, you should be able to find your way in the large collection of classes offered by Jive. You should be able to start using those classes to implement sophisticated, non-linear solution algorithms and material models.
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