Sofa-an open source framework for medical simulation. SOFA is an open-source, modular mechanical simulation library developed in C++. It includes geometries such as polygonal and volumetric meshes, internal forces such as FEM or springs, ODE solvers such as Explicit or implicit Euler, collision detection methods, OpenGL viewing, and many other features. GPU implementations are available for some force fields, such as springs and tetrahedral FEM. The automatic deployment on multi-core architectures is possible. Its design allows contributors to focus on their domain of competence while reusing other work.

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  1. Anup Teejo Mathew, Ikhlas Ben Hmida, Costanza Armanini, Frederic Boyer, Federico Renda: SoRoSim: a MATLAB Toolbox for Soft Robotics Based on the Geometric Variable-strain Approach (2021) arXiv
  2. Florian Gacon; Christophe Godin; Olivier Ali: BVPy: A FEniCS-based Python package to ease the expression and study of boundary value problems in Biology. (2021) not zbMATH
  3. Patra, Sunandita; Mason, James; Ghallab, Malik; Nau, Dana; Traverso, Paolo: Deliberative acting, planning and learning with hierarchical operational models (2021)
  4. Ali, Olivier; Oliveri, Hadrien; Traas, Jan; Godin, Christophe: Simulating turgor-induced stress patterns in multilayered plant tissues (2019)
  5. Bui, Huu Phuoc; Tomar, Satyendra; Bordas, Stéphane P. A.: Corotational cut finite element method for real-time surgical simulation: application to needle insertion simulation (2019)
  6. Oliveri, Hadrien; Traas, Jan; Godin, Christophe; Ali, Olivier: Regulation of plant cell wall stiffness by mechanical stress: a mesoscale physical model (2019)
  7. Peng, Lei; Feng, Zhi-Qiang; Joli, Pierre; Renaud, Christine; Xu, Wan-Yun: Bi-potential and co-rotational formulations applied for real time simulation involving friction and large deformation (2019)
  8. Mossaiby, F.; Shojaei, A.; Zaccariotto, M.; Galvanetto, U.: OpenCL implementation of a high performance 3D peridynamic model on graphics accelerators (2017)
  9. Yang, Chen; Li, Shuai; Lan, Yu; Wang, Lili; Hao, Aimin; Qin, Hong: Coupling time-varying modal analysis and FEM for real-time cutting simulation of objects with multi-material sub-domains (2016)
  10. Tournier, Maxime; Nesme, Matthieu; Gilles, Benjamin; Faure, François: Stable constrained dynamics (2015)
  11. González, David; Cueto, Elías; Chinesta, Francisco: Real-time direct integration of reduced solid dynamics equations (2014)
  12. Huthwaite, Peter: Accelerated finite element elastodynamic simulations using the GPU (2014)
  13. Niroomandi, Siamak; Alfaro, Icíar; González, David; Cueto, Elías; Chinesta, Francisco: Model order reduction in hyperelasticity: a proper generalized decomposition approach (2013)
  14. Mistry, Perhaad; Schaa, Dana; Jang, Byunghyun; Kaeli, David; Dvornik, Albert; Meglan, Dwight: Data structures and transformations for physically based simulation on a GPU (2011)
  15. Comas, Olivier; Taylor, Zeike A.; Allard, Jérémie; Ourselin, Sébastien; Cotin, Stéphane; Passenger, Josh: Efficient nonlinear FEM for soft tissue modelling and its GPU implementation within the open source framework SOFA (2008) ioport
  16. John, Nigel W.: Design and implementation of medical training simulators (2008) ioport

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