DOLFIN is a C++/Python library that functions as the main user interface of FEniCS. A large part of the functionality of FEniCS is implemented as part of DOLFIN. It provides a problem solving environment for models based on partial differential equations and implements core parts of the functionality of FEniCS, including data structures and algorithms for computational meshes and finite element assembly. To provide a simple and consistent user interface, DOLFIN wraps the functionality of other FEniCS components and external software, and handles the communication between these components.

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  6. Xie, Dexuan; Jiang, Yi; Ying, Jinyong: A Poisson-Boltzmann equation test model for protein in spherical solute region and its applications (2014)
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  9. Chen, Peng; Zabaras, Nicholas: A nonparametric belief propagation method for uncertainty quantification with applications to flow in random porous media (2013)
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  11. Hoffman, Johan; Jansson, Johan; Vilela de Abreu, Rodrigo; Degirmenci, Niyazi Cem; Jansson, Niclas; Müller, Kaspar; Nazarov, Murtazo; Spühler, Jeannette Hiromi: Unicorn: parallel adaptive finite element simulation of turbulent flow and fluid-structure interaction for deforming domains and complex geometry (2013)
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  18. Vázquez, P. A.; Castellanos, A.: Numerical simulation of EHD flows using discontinuous Galerkin finite element methods (2013)
  19. Xie, Dexuan; Jiang, Yi; Scott, L. Ridgway: Efficient algorithms for a nonlocal dielectric model for protein in ionic solvent (2013)
  20. Abali, B. E.; Völlmecke, C.; Woodward, B.; Kashtalyan, M.; Guz, I.; Müller, W. H.: Numerical modeling of functionally graded materials using a variational formulation (2012)