The PyWENO project provides a set of open source tools for constructing high-order Weighted Essentially Non-oscillatory (WENO) methods and performing high-order WENO reconstructions.
PyWENO consists of four main parts:
- WENO toolkit - an easy to use toolkit to easily compute WENO reconstructions in Python.
- Symbolics - tools for exploring and constructing WENO methods.
- Code generation - tools for generating custom C, Fortran, and OpenCL WENO routines.
- Non-uniform - tools for generating WENO methods on non-uniform grids.
- December 4 2013: The kernel generator has been simplified a lot and the functional generator was removed. Several more (speed) improvements were made to the non-uniform module.
- November 12 2013: Several improvements were made to the non-uniform module. These were contributed by Ben Thompson.
- May 15 2012: Several routines were added for computing reconstructions of derivatives. These were contributed by Michael Welter.
- January 23 2012: The non-uniform codes have been resurrected.
Please check out the documentation (below) or the PyWENO project page for more information about using and contributing to PyWENO.
Main parts of the documentation